Posts Tagged: Construction Industry Recruiters

Tips to Help Manage Supply Chain Issues and Project Delays

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  Like most construction employers, you likely are experiencing project delays due to supply chain issues. These problems can be frustrating to you, your employees, and your customers. Fortunately, you can take steps to minimize project delays due to supply chain issues. These tips can help. Follow these guidelines to help manage supply chain issues… Read More »

Construction Technology That’s Making Design Easier

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  Designing infrastructure is a significant undertaking. The process requires effort from a range of workers. Fortunately, advances in technology make designing infrastructure easier. Streamlining the processes helps the projects get finished on time and within budget.   Discover ways construction technology is making it easier to design infrastructure.   3D Printing Designers use 3D… Read More »

Looking Ahead to the New Year: Construction Career Goals

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Have you set your construction career goals for 2023? If not, you should start the process now. Planning your construction career goals lets you advance along your career path. Having a plan helps identify the skills you need for increased responsibilities and pay. Then, you can find opportunities to develop these skills and earn promotions.… Read More »

Leadership’s Role in Creating a Best-in-Class Construction Safety Program

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A successful construction safety program begins at the top. Leadership influences the behavior that occurs at lower levels. Leadership’s support in prioritizing and leading the company’s construction safety program is important. The workforce’s safety must be at least as important as the quality, productivity, and profitability of construction projects. Leadership must remain visibly involved in… Read More »

Every Tech Should Be Aware of These HVAC Safety Risks

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As an HVAC tech, safety is your top priority. Maintaining safety minimizes the risks of HVAC accidents and injuries. As a result, you must adhere to current servicing best practices while looking for potential hazards. This includes paying attention to the following HVAC safety risks.     Remain aware of these HVAC safety risks when… Read More »

Preparing the Workforce for Offshore Wind Jobs

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  One of the latest developments in the construction industry is the offshore wind sector. This is especially popular in the northeastern United States. The U.S. Department of Energy’s 2021 Offshore Wind Market Report shows that American offshore wind power generation grew by 24% in 2020. This increase is expected to continue. As a result,… Read More »

How to Ace Different Job Interview Formats

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  Construction job interview formats have overlapping characteristics. Virtually all formats require researching the company and role, answering practice questions, and developing questions for the interviewer. However, each job interview format slightly differs from the others. Understanding these differences lets you prepare for each. The more effective your preparation, the more likely you will land… 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 »

Apprenticeships Aren’t Just for Recent Grads

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If you’re out of work or looking for a career change, you may be interested in entering the construction industry. Or, if you work in the field, you might want to retrain for a different career path. In any case, an apprenticeship may be beneficial for you. An apprenticeship is not targeted just at recent… Read More »