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Fall Clearance: How to Correctly Calculate

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If you or your construction team work at heights, you must understand how to effectively calculate fall clearance. This is the distance needed to prevent a worker from hitting the ground or lower level in case of a fall.  Because even a small miscalculation can result in serious injury or death, accuracy is essential. Follow… Read More »

Answering the Interview Question “Tell Me About a Time You Had to Sacrifice Quality to Finish a Job”

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When asked about finishing your construction work on time, you need to show that quality always comes first. Because you understand that your work needs to be done right, you must show this when you answer interview questions. It is important that you not sacrifice quality just to get the job done faster.   Follow… Read More »

The Impact of the Skills Gap During a Labor Shortage

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There are two main reasons for the shortage in construction labor. One is that experienced workers have been retiring or looking for work in other fields since the Great Recession. The other is that the number of workers attracted to the construction industry continues to decline. As a result, it continues to be increasingly hard… Read More »

Dressing the Part for Your Construction Interview

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When interviewing for a construction job, the way you dress impacts the interviewer’s first impression of you. This is why you need the proper attire to show you are a good fit for the role. You should feel more confident, which can help you build rapport and provide strong answers during the discussion.    … Read More »

Make Your Plumbers More Efficient with These Time Management Hacks

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Plumbers typically are task-focused. They know how long it should take to complete a project and work to complete it on time. This allows plumbers to move to other jobs throughout the day. Because your company earns more revenue as the number of completed jobs increases, it is in your best interest to increase your… Read More »

How to Get into a Skilled Trade

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The demand for carpenters, plumbers, electricians and other construction-related roles is high. However, there are not enough qualified workers to fill these roles. This is one reason you should consider training to work in a skilled trade. You likely will have multiple jobs to choose from that fit your interests and qualifications. The increasing challenges… Read More »

Looking for Manpower on Your Construction Site? Here’s How Our Recruiters Can Help

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Since 2008, CCS Construction Staffing has served as one of the premier construction temp agencies in the United States. We provide reliable, qualified manpower to the construction trades. Our commitment to filling our clients’ and candidates’ needs means additional flexibility, greater attention to detail, and faster turnaround than with other firms. Discover how the recruiters… Read More »

Inside the CCS Staffing Hiring Process: What You Need to Know

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CCS Construction Staffing is one of the premier construction temp agencies in the country. This is why so many workers want to join our team. Whether you are looking for a temporary, temporary-to-hire, or direct hire role, we have what you are looking for.   Find out about CCS Construction Staffing’s recruitment process and what… Read More »

Important Soft Skills to Look for in an Electrician

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Looking to hire a skilled electrician for your next job? It’s hard to know which trade will fit in with your team and get the job done right. If you’re looking at similar resumes and trying to determine how to pick the right candidate, try focusing on soft skills. Any electrician can meet the basic… Read More »

Perfect Your Work-Life Balance While Working Construction

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Finding a work-life balance can be hard, especially while working in the construction field. Physical, demanding, long hours can make you feel like the only thing that matters is the job at hand. However, burnout and toxic stress can be extremely dangerous. An employee facing extreme burnout or a breakdown is bad for themselves, their… Read More »