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Be Prepared if the First Candidate Declines the Position

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Hiring the right person is hard enough – but how do you proceed when your top choice declines the position? It can be incredibly frustrating to conduct a full hiring screen and end up empty-handed. Don’t let yourself get caught unprepared. CCS Construction Staffing is here to discuss the more delicate issues of hiring, including… Read More »

How Learning Spanish Can Improve your Career Outlook

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A career in construction can be tough work, and any step up on the competition will help you land a job. Whether you’re looking for basic laborer positions or you’ve developed a specific trade, you need to stand out as a job candidate. Develop a skill that transcends the basic duties of your job position.… Read More »

Improve Your Leadership Skills 5/12: Keep a Positive Attitude

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Next up in our leadership series, we’re going to discuss the importance of maintaining a positive attitude. Your team counts on you to set the tone for your workplace, and they expect an effective and encouraging boss. Managing a team means setting aside personal issues, even when you’re having a tough time. A great outlook… Read More »

Terms and Conditions – Ticket Giveaway

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Grand Prize Two (2) Tickets to the Dallas Cowboys vs. Minnesota Vikings on Sunday, November 10, at AT&T Stadium in Dallas, Texas   Eligibility requirements: Must be 18 years of age or older to enter. Click on the sign-up and fill out the entry form containing your contact information to include your name, email address… Read More »

Terms and Conditions – Ticket Giveaway

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Grand Prize Two (2) Tickets to the Ohio State Buckeyes vs. Wisconsin Badgers on Saturday, October 26, at Ohio Stadium in Columbus, Ohio   Eligibility requirements: Must be 18 years of age or older to enter. Click on the sign-up and fill out the entry form containing your contact information to include your name, email… Read More »

Are You Drinking Enough Fluids on the Job?

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CCS Construction Staffing manages clients and candidates alike facing the same issue: dehydration. It’s a serious concern in the construction industry, with busy shifts and grueling conditions. In the South, it’s twice as important to stay hydrated. High temperatures and hard work put your body at risk for multiple health issues, and it’s tough to… Read More »

Is There a Path for Your Temps to Become Permanent?

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Recruiting the perfect staff member for your opening can seem impossible – finding a worker that is motivated, experienced, responsible, and available can seem elusive. Hiring temps is a great way to assess workers in action and fill roles quickly. So how can a manager pair these systems and turn temps into excellent permanent additions?… Read More »

Need Motivation or Career Advice? Look for Ted Talks on Youtube

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When you’re searching for a new position, you apply for dozens of jobs and seek assistance where you can. When you get into a rut and can’t find the right position, you may look for articles and books on how to hunt and end up overwhelmed. Today we want to give you a new idea.… Read More »

Improve Your Leadership Skills 4/12: Utilize Your Natural Gifts

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Here’s a secret about titans of industry: they all started somewhere. Great leaders will tell you they got to where they are by using their strengths. It’s essential to harness your personality and your best traits to help you succeed with your team. Here’s how you can improve your leadership skills by utilizing your natural… Read More »

Looking for More Energy On Site? Consider Healthy Lunches

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Construction workers need to be attentive, diligent, and responsible. Anything can happen on a work site at a moment’s notice. Which often means that there’s little down time to take care of your rumbling stomach. Taking a break to recharge and refuel is essential when you work in the construction industry, but grabbing a fast… Read More »