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How to Avoid Common Construction Accidents

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There aren’t many workplaces busier than a construction site. If you’re new to the industry, it’s imperative to be cautious. Come prepared and understand that the construction site comes with danger, but most common construction accidents are preventable. Here’s how employees can actively avoid them.  Avoiding Slippage  If you spot a potential trip or slip… Read More »

How to Keep You Construction Workers Safe & Healthy During COVID-19

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Construction work is so crucial, and it doesn’t stop due to COVID-19. Here are the top things employers must do to ensure their construction workers keep themselves and their peers safe during the COVID pandemic.  Prepare Before Each Shift  Screening incoming employees with temperature checks and even COVID-19 testing before entry can make management and… Read More »

10 Tips to Further Your Construction Career

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Starting out in construction but looking for the long haul? Here are the top ten things that construction workers can do to develop and further your career.  1. Be In It For The Long Haul  Commitment is a sign of a strong construction staffer. Hiring managers see a lot of flakes and slackers, so to stay in the game… Read More »

Benefits of Partnering with a Staffing Firm During Times of Uncertainty

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Employers are always looking to maximize efficiency. So why does the hiring process always take so long? Creating the perfect posting, sifting through resumes, and onboarding? Difficult to manage under normal circumstances, much less a global pandemic. Refer some of the work to professionals — here’s why:  Fill Staffing Gaps  If you’re in a race… Read More »

5 Essential Tips for New Construction Workers

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New to the crew? Getting up to speed in your first construction gig can be overwhelming, and it’s often a completely different experience from other jobs. You need to be vigilant and cautious while focusing on each task at hand. Duties can change from day to day. Needless to say, construction is never boring. Here are five… Read More »

How to Measure the Productivity of Your Employees

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Micromanaging is not the way to lead and encourage your team. However, you still want to monitor productivity. Great leaders strike a delicate balance of oversight and independence. Here’s how you can keep your team in check while empowering them to succeed.   Measure By Task  The first trap of measuring productivity is assuming you should measure by… Read More »

15 Apps that Will Improve Your Productivity at Work

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Are you a job seeker focused on how to be more efficient? It’s a coveted trait for hiring managers, so if you’re looking for tools that can help you hone your ambition to impress an employer, here are 15 apps that can help employees improve their productivity on the job.  Genius Scan  If you work with documents, plus… Read More »

How Boosting Morale at Work Increases Productivity

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If you are not taking team well-being into account as a manager, you’re wasting your time. Burnout and turnover are toxic, and inevitable if you’re not creating a great environment for your employees. You can’t underestimate how important it is to make your workers happy and protect their best interests. A satisfied team is an… Read More »

10 Ways to Increase Productivity at Your Construction Site

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The nature of the construction industry can be tricky for workers – sometimes waiting for your next assignment can feel like a game of hurry up and wait. As we remain in the thick of construction season, here are the top ways that workers at a construction site can increase their productivity.  1. Communication  The number… Read More »

6 Questions to Ask Candidates During a Phone Interview

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You’ve sorted through applications and resumes, and you’ve made the calls: It’s time for phone interviews. But are you prepared? Hiring managers execute many, many phone screens during the hiring cycle. If you don’t have your interview questions down pat, you’ll want to come up with a reliable script so you’re always prepared to evaluate potential… Read More »