Posts Tagged: Construction Industry Staffing Agency

Improve Your Leadership Skills 3/12: Improve Your Communication

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The third in our series, this post aims to show you the next step in showing your exceptional leadership skills by improving your communication. CCS Construction Staffing is here to show you how you can effectively manage your team by applying our top tips on how to communicate. Regulate Yourself Emotional control and emotional intelligence… Read More »

Master These 5 Important HVAC Skills to Be Successful

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As a technician, you want to make sure you have the best tools at your disposal. To conquer everything when it comes to regulating temperatures, humidity, and air quality you’ll need to master these five important HVAC skills: 1. Systems and Methods Knowledge Innovation is ever-present in the construction industry, especially if you want to… Read More »

Listening to Employees to Improve Company Culture

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Facing disgruntled workers, poor morale, unhappy clients, and even frequent turnover? A focus on improving company culture can turn around your issues. Without listening to your employees, you can’t get an accurate understanding of the day to day issues they face. Most staff members aren’t interested in complaining just for the sake of it: they… Read More »

Increase Your Charisma By Being Prepared!

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Picture this: you’re pitching your product to clients or investors, and you’re fumbling your words, struggling to answer questions. How charming is that to an audience? Not very. If you’re struggling with charisma, here’s some helpful advice from the professionals at CCS Construction Staffing. Know Your Content One way to charm an audience is to… Read More »

What Do I Need to Become A Plumber?

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Considering a career as a plumber? It can seem overwhelming to learn a new trade, but a few steps will show you that the path is not so complicated. With some hard work and the right skills, you can start your plumbing career today. Here’s how you can become a plumber: 1.   Begin with Basics… Read More »

You Only Have 30 Seconds to Make a Great First Impression!

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Before you even open your mouth, potential employers are judging you. It’s true. Whether you like it or not, the first 30 seconds in front of a professional matter the most. You can have the most impressive resume in the city, but if a hiring manager is put off by a bad first impression, you’ll… Read More »

5 Essential Skills Needed to Become A Construction Worker

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The construction industry demands a high level of dedication. It takes many qualities to stand out as a construction worker, but here are the top five we look for when screening for talent. If you want to get a premium gig on a work site, you’ll need to show these five essential skills in an… Read More »

Staying Safe in the Winter

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The winter can bring bad weather to the job site. Even in the Southeast U.S. our  recruits face wind, rain, hail, and ice. Keeping your team safe is essential to fostering a productive office environment, and keeping your projects running all season long. Here’s how to help your staff stay safe. Secure the Area Start… Read More »

Lights Out! How to Handle Your First Night Shift

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The night shift has some advantages but it also brings some challenges. If it’s your first time working a late shift, take every opportunity to ready yourself for this change. A new work schedule will be no trouble if you take a few extra steps to make it through. Here are some tips to help… Read More »

The Dangers of a Disconnected Supervisor

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Turnover. Low performance. Missed deadlines. The cost of a disengaged boss reaches far and deep. Engagement is key to motivating workers, especially in a high-risk industry where every mistake matters. Today we’ll show you how to spot a bad supervisor and how to address it. They Make Mistakes A disconnected, out-of-the-loop boss will often make… Read More »