Posts Tagged: construction staffing experts

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 »

Top Reasons to Consider a Pipefitting Career

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Whether you’re a young adult looking for a satisfying career path or a seasoned construction professional looking to embrace a specialty, we’re here to talk to you about becoming a pipefitter. Training as a skilled tradesperson will make you marketable and help you get a steady paycheck with challenging and interesting work each day. As… Read More »

Make These Seasonal Worker Recruiting Tips Work for You All Year Long

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Hiring seasonal work can be an effective way to manage the increase in holiday surges. A terrific solution for managers can be temporary help to assist you through your busy season. With these tips on how to get the right hires in the door during the most hectic times, leaders can also be more informed… Read More »

Use Our Tips to Set Professional Goals for the New Year

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For a professional looking to set powerful goals, it’s essential to focus your ambitions and set intentions for 2017. To move forward on your career path, you need to create aspirations of what the new year may bring. Check out the following tips on how to dream big and reach your goals! Start With a… Read More »

6 Tips to Find Your First Construction Job

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Finding your first construction job is a journey. It’s exciting, a bit scary and perhaps a bit overwhelming. Your head is probably swimming with questions. Where do I start? What do I do? Who do I talk to? How long will it take? What’s the best job-hunting approach? No matter what issues you face, transitioning… Read More »

Why Being Transparent is so Important

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Transparency builds trust; that’s especially true on a construction site. When you’re working on a new building, you can’t take shortcuts – people’s lives would be at risk now and for years to come. When you operate a construction firm with transparency, your workers are more invested and your brand reputation soars. Being open with… Read More »

Can You Spot a Top Performer?

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Any construction business owner will tell you – job responsibilities, for both temporary workers and permanent employees, are far more complex with new technology and innovations in building materials. Your top performers need to have the the skills to work this high-tech equipment and the knowledge to adapt when new ones roll in. In order… Read More »

How to Deliver Poor Feedback with Respect

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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 »

The Impact of Big Data on the Construction Industry

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No matter what industry you’re in, the phrase “big data” is a buzzword on just about everyone’s lips. Like so many of these digital trends, many of us find our daily lives, both personal and professional, impacted by these hot technological advances. Believe it or not, big data isn’t just a Silicon Valley invention; it’s… Read More »

The Dangers of Getting Caught in a Construction Bidding War

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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 »