Posts Tagged: Communication in Construction

5 Ways to Improve Your Relationship with Your Foreman

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Building a relationship with your foreman supports your physical and mental health. This type of relationship promotes mutual trust and respect. It also increases your motivation to work and decreases your stress level. You may benefit from mentoring and career advancement opportunities as well.     Implement these methods to develop a positive relationship with… Read More »

Highlight These Skills in Your Next Construction Interview

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A construction interview is designed to show you have the skills required to fulfill the job duties and responsibilities. You need to show you have the construction knowledge, physical capability, and learning ability to perform the work. Having an idea of the skills you may be asked about lets you prepare for your interview. The… Read More »

Improve Profitability by Gaining Repeat Construction Customers

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Gaining repeat construction customers is easier and less costly than earning new customers. This is why your company needs to go out of its way to provide quality work. This includes finishing projects on time and within budget. Your customers will remember how they felt while working with you. This is why you need to… Read More »

Communication: The Top Safety Hazard on the Job Site

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To effectively manage a construction team, it’s crucial to avoid safety hazards. You’re used to OSHA training and operating manuals, but are you mitigating the number one danger on the construction site? If you aren’t concentrating on communication, you’re leaving yourself open to massive damage. Here’s why a lack of communication is the top safety… Read More »