Posts Tagged: Construction Recruitment Agencies

What Are the Highest Paying Construction Jobs?

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CCS Construction Staffing

If the construction industry is calling to you, you may want to ensure your investment is worth it. Whether you’re planning your potential career, or looking to switch gears after a decade of labor experience, we have the information for you. Think about your strengths, because the top-paying positions involve working well with others and… Read More »

How to Write Job Postings that Will Attract Top Construction Workers

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Construction Staffing

All job postings that draw in terrific candidates have one thing in common – they are direct. Grab attention by advertising exactly what you’re looking for. Read on to find out what to write, and how to create the perfect posting to reach your intended audience. Details Be descriptive about what skills you’re looking for… Read More »

Three Tips to Help Manage Your Construction Inventory

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Construction Staffing

CCS Construction Staffing knows that inventory management is a large cog in the construction machine, and it’s vital to keep it under control. Staying organized and knowing what’s in your warehouse or on your job site will make you a master when it comes to executing a project. Tracking inventory will keep crews efficient and on-task, while… Read More »

How to Elevate Your Electricians to Protect Your Business from the Electrician Shortage

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Construction Executive

Talented electricians are a rare find in the modern construction world. With a diminishing pool of incomers and a retiring baby boomer force, there’s a scarcity of skill. This shortage of electricians is a problem in the field, and they are essential to most projects. It’s easier to retain the good workers you have than… Read More »

How to Get Fired From Your Temporary Construction Job

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Construction Staffing

As a construction temp, you have already showed your competency – a recruiter placed you, after all. But if you want to maintain that relationship or secure a permanent career, you have to stay on top. From your first day, your coworkers will be forming opinions about your talent, ability and work ethic … everything… 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 »

Four Ways to Get Your Supervisor to Trust You

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Construction Staffing

Did you recently begin a new job and want to start off on the right foot? One way to make sure the transition is smooth for you, your coworkers and your new managers is to work to gain their trust. Perhaps you’re not starting a new job at all, but need to recover from a… Read More »

Why You Must Be On Time For Work Every Day

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Construction Staffing

You rarely get a second chance to make a good impression. Job site managers and construction foremen judge you from the moment you pick up a drill or a ladder. And they aren’t the only ones. Your co-workers will make their own decisions about the quality of your work the first time they work along… Read More »

How to Deliver Poor Feedback with Respect

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Construction Staffing

Effective performance evaluation is one of the most valuable tools in a job site supervisor’s toolbox. When an employee performs poorly, you want to provide effective feedback right away to avoid this behavior turning into a habit. Plus, providing feedback can help you track project progress, individual job growth and a trajectory for your company’s… 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 »