Posts Tagged: construction staffing agency

How to Reduce Turnover by Hourly Workers

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It can be difficult to find the right people for your work in the construction industry. Hiring great workers is only half the battle – the other half is retaining them. Keeping quality staff on your team is essential to productivity, as well as cultivating a positive reputation. You want to hire and train top-notch… Read More »

To Excel as a Leader, You Must Start with Leading Yourself

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Sometimes it can feel insurmountable to get your team organized and on the same page, and it can be easy to blame others. Your team can’t succeed without proper leadership. Step up and be self-aware of the barriers you may be creating between you and your staff. It’s time for you to take the reins… Read More »

How to Break into Construction Without Experience

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Becoming a construction worker can provide a solid job and allow for an alternate work scenario than the typical office 9-to-5. Construction is an essential job that provides workers with the opportunity to create infrastructure and be a part of the fabric of society. Breaking into construction starts with an entry-level position, usually referred to… Read More »

The Truth About Hearing Loss in the Construction Industry

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There’s no denying it, and there’s no getting around it: Construction sites are dangerously loud. Although it’s tempting to minimize the effect that the noise has on workers, we’re here to confront you with some facts. Of course it’s essential to always be safe on site, but it’s understandable that certain aspects of working construction… Read More »

5 Ways to Keep Your Contingent Labor Costs Under Control

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As a leader, you may encounter many barriers to growing your business while you keep the bottom line in check. Contingent labor can be incredibly helpful in order to grow your business, but managing the costs can be tricky. Use the following five tips to help you get a grip on your contingent labor costs. 1.     … Read More »

What To Do When You Don’t Receive Payment

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It happens to everyone: you do a great job, provide fine service, and for whatever reason, the payment never comes. You’ve executed a project exactly how it was outlined, and yet you’re being shorted, or they’re dodging any kind of payment at all. Someone owes you money, and you’re stuck dealing with their voice mailbox,… Read More »

Can Social Media Prevent Accidents On The Job?

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One of the foremost innovations of our world is social media. We can connect with others across the globe in an instant, and acquire tons of information at a fast pace. So we as professionals must ask ourselves – how can we use this to our advantage? How do we make social media work for our company… Read More »

Ready for a Promotion? Here’s How to Get It!

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Working in construction can be physically difficult and unpredictable. Knowing you’ve got a full career ahead of you is essential to dedicating yourself to your work. When you’ve got the ability and you’ve proven your skills, you know it’s time to be recognized. If you’re ready for a new challenge, take a look at these… Read More »

How to Avoid the Most Common Construction Accidents

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Injuries, accidents and fatalities are an unfortunate reality in the construction industry. As a result your company can face additional problems such as OSHA citations and lawsuits. The good news is that the most common mishaps are the easiest to prevent. They are listed below along with training tips, steps and precautions your firm can… Read More »

How to Get Fired From Your Temporary Construction Job

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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 »