Posts Tagged: Construction Industry Staffing Experts

How to Work Around the Labor Shortage

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Construction Executive

Demand for commercial construction projects is high, but the labor market starts looking pretty picked over in July. Since the recession, it’s been challenging for many managers to recruit qualified workers. Not enough millennials are entering the field to replace retiring baby boomers. If you’re looking to fully equip your construction workforce for future projects,… Read More »

Construction Bidding Best Practices for Commercial Work

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Construction Staffing

In the commercial construction world, the best bid wins. You need to be careful as you calculate costs and the value of your specialized workers to pitch for a job. There’s no right way to bid on commercial gigs, but we can share our top methods that will work for your organization. Bidding is all… Read More »

How To Get Your Foot In The Door in The Construction Industry

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Construction Staffing

Looking to find a solid position that utilizes your skills and pays well? The job pays well, you can learn on the job, and you can build a lifelong career. If this sounds good to you, we’re talking about the construction industry. Getting a construction gig can be rewarding and challenging, and we’re here to… Read More »

Best Tips on Reducing Turnover of Hourly Employees

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Construction Executive

Turnover is the dreaded issue many leaders face, particularly when you staff hourly positions. Spending time and money on an onboarding process, only to have that qualified candidate walk out the door a few weeks later? Quit tearing your hair out and tackle this issue head on. If you want to know how to reduce… Read More »

Leverage a Construction Staffing Firm To Stay Fully Staffed During Summer Months

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Construction Staffing

The summer sun is here to stay: the construction season is upon us. Whether you’re in the thick of a commercial development project or you’re handling smaller contracts that come your way, you’ll need a strong summer staff to get the job done. Seasonal staffing can be a challenge for any construction company, especially with… Read More »

What You Need To Think About During a Labor Shortage

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Construction Staffing

                The American construction industry is in disarray. There are tons of projects across the country demanding trained professionals. However, the labor shortage is hurting national productivity. Spending on construction projects exceeds 1 trillion dollars, between housing developments and commercial builds. But nothing gets built without a solid… Read More »

REPORT: Construction Hiring Slump Persists – Is Upskilling to Blame?

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CCS Construction Staffing

A new report shows that upskilling is a highly practiced trait throughout the hiring process, but this practice is causing some serious consequences in many industries. The low unemployment makes it hard enough to bring in qualified construction recruits. Now, upskilling done in the post-recession economy has left few specialized workers available for your most… Read More »

2018 Construction Trends To Watch

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Construction Staffing

In 2018, innovation continues to grow and there are tons of new techniques, tactics, and technology to advance the construction industry. As a manager, you want to be on top of any new tips and tricks that can help you when managing a project or getting work done on site. CCS Construction Staffing is here… Read More »

Interview Questions To Ask Construction Workers

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Construction Staffing

For your operation, it can be difficult to find the right job applicants to hire. Filling roles on a construction site is a challenge unique to this industry. You may not need a fancy degree for the job you need done, but you do need someone with certain capabilities. Finding a recruit that is diligent,… Read More »

How to Work Around the Labor Shortage

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Construction Staffing

  There’s no avoiding it — the recession ten years ago has had lasting impacts. Many workers that lost their jobs during the economic crisis did not return to the construction industry. Hiring managers are drawing talent from a small pool. Many construction professionals are aging out of the workforce, and the industry lacks fresh… Read More »