Posts Tagged: Construction Industry Staffing Firm

Reducing Turnover With Young Employees

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The hard-working construction industry conquers many obstacles, but one of the biggest issues facing managers is employee turnover. Young laborers are leaving their post and even the industry at a troubling rate. This is problematic because thousands of baby boomers are retiring without replacements, and talent becomes scarce quickly. We’re here to help you reduce… Read More »

How To Evaluate Candidate Referrals When Hiring

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Referral programs can be terrific for employers. When you’ve got a great staff providing hiring suggestions, selecting candidates becomes much simpler. However, it puts you in a tough position. Can you trust your staff to refer the best people for the job? Here’s how you can evaluate potential hires when referred by your team. Evaluate… Read More »

Top Traits to Look For in a Great Boss

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On the job hunt? We all know that getting a position is all about finding the right fit. But sometimes that match is less about the specific role and more about who you’ll report to. Here are our top traits you should seek in a boss. Active Listener As an employee, you need a supervisor… Read More »

Tips to Becoming an Electrician

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Trades in the construction industry gain many advantages. Increased pay, rewarding assignments, and abundant opportunities are just a few benefits of specializing in a specific facet of construction work. Training to become an electrician takes several years and a lot of hard work, but any professional can tell you there are many benefits to this… Read More »

Why You Should Consider Relocating For a Work Opportunity

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Relocation is an opportunity afforded to a worker for many different reasons. Whether your company is moving or you’re being assigned elsewhere, it’s important to evaluate all perspectives. Additionally, you may be considering relocation because you’ve been offered a new position, or you may be expanding your job search to find a new position in… Read More »

How Can You Control Construction Project Costs

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Overwhelmed by costs? We understand the struggle of trying to perfect the bidding balancing act. You want to pitch a great bid that wins over your client, but it can be difficult to keep costs low throughout a project. Once the work begins, managing cash flow can seem overwhelming. Here’s how you can deliver high… Read More »

How to Work Around the Labor Shortage

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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 »

Tips on How Construction Managers Can Help Support Employee Health

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The construction industry is a tough one – you’ll have to push yourself to stand out. This field is among the most dangerous, so employee health is of the utmost importance. As a construction manager, you may be wondering how you can make time to prioritize employee health. CCS Construction Staff knows how to find… Read More »

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

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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 »

What You Need To Think About During a Labor Shortage

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                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 »