Posts Tagged: construction job opportunities

Should Your Company Start a Ride-Sharing Program?

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Construction Staffing

These days, there are many ways to stay competitive and make your workplace the most efficient environment possible. If your company is dealing with unreliable workers and you want to increase your company’s efficiency, consider starting a ride-sharing program to keep your operations running smoothly. Find out if this is the answer to your workplace… Read More »

Top 3 Advertising Tips for Your Construction Business

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CCS Construction Staffing

The construction industry is a competitive marketplace. With so many companies vying for residential and commercial contracts, your firm must finds ways of standing out and attracting more customers. One way of doing this is with advertisements. While print, radio or television ads are still viable options, online advertising offers a more cost-effective way of… Read More »

Should You Hire an Electrician Who is Not Personable?

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Construction Staffing

On a busy construction site, anyone can be a candidate for a job opening, but we know it takes more than just anyone to make sure the job gets done. This is especially true for skilled tradesmen with essential tasks that can impact other workers’ progress and the construction project as a whole – like… Read More »

How to Thicken Your Skin

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Construction Staffing

Construction is hard work, period. No matter what your role or job title may be, working in construction can test your mental and physical strength, endurance and fortitude. Not to mention your ability to work with others, operate extremely technical equipment and think quickly on your feet). There’s no doubt about it – you have… Read More »

What to Expect in the Construction Industry in 2016

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Construction Staffing

2016 will be an exciting time for residential and commercial construction companies, which means there will be plenty of opportunities for construction employees. According to Construction Dive: Spending on nonresidential construction projects will increase by around eight percent in 2016. New office and hotel projects are leading the commercial construction industry and those projections are… Read More »

Mobile Apps to Make Your Life Easier on the Jobsite

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Construction Executive

How many hours a day do you spend on your phone? We don’t just mean talking on your phone, but also checking email, reading important documents and texting with clients and co-workers. If you’re lucky, you may also get a moment or two to read a news article or like a few photos on Facebook.… Read More »

Is it Time to Grow Your Small Construction Business?

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Construction Staffing

Do you have construction projects lined up for the rest of the year? Do you have loyal clients who contract your small construction firm over and over again? Are your profits higher than ever, and your turnover the lowest it’s been in years? It might be time to consider growing your small construction business. Congratulations!… Read More »

The Dangers of Getting Caught in a Construction Bidding War

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Construction Staffing

The recent surge in construction projects across the nation has made the playing field a bit more competitive. Contractors have to adapt their bidding strategies to these conditions, but still avoid coming on top of a bidding battle with a price too low to sustain their crew. Every contractor and construction firm owner needs their… Read More »

Why You Shouldn’t Treat Your Workers as Independent Contractors

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CCS Construction Staffing

A job site is one of the most diverse work environments. You can see workers hauling lumber, people driving forklifts and management in ties double-checking clipboards. The differences go far beneath the surface. From master plumbers to HVAC specialists, these employees carry various skill sets and certifications in their toolboxes. Some of these workers are… Read More »

How To Make A Fantastic First Impression Early On The Job

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Construction Staffing

You never get a second chance to make a first impression. Contractors and subcontractors judge your character the moment you walk into an interview. Your co-workers make their own decisions the first time you walk on the job site. While it’s true that you can’t control people’s thoughts or opinions, you can control that first… Read More »