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Construction Industry Trends for 2018

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As the year 2018 approaches, construction companies should remain on the lookout for technologies that will help them grow and expand their businesses. Some of these revolutionary technologies are designed to make the construction process easier, which can save companies millions of dollars. If you are currently working in the construction industry, look for the… Read more »

How to Spot Red Flags During an Interview

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Everyone wants to hire the very best, but in reality, this isn’t always possible. You can, however, hire employees who are motivated and proficient. To do this, you will need to learn how to identify the ones that aren’t. Identifying a potential nightmare employee can be hard, but luckily, they tend to display certain signs…. Read more »

Why Project Status Meetings Lead to Success

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Regular project status meetings are necessary if you want your construction team to be successful. Unfortunately, many construction companies do not hold regular meetings, which often leads to employees becoming confused about important project details. If your company doesn’t currently hold regular project status meetings, here are some reasons you should consider making a change…. Read more »

Why Your Organization Should Have an Open Door Policy

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Companies are composed of a variety of personality types and temperaments, which makes achieving unity and harmony in the workplace easier said than done. Luckily for managers and supervisors, achieving this level of unity is possible with transparency. If every aspect of your company is fully transparent with their actions and expectations, then your company… Read more »

The Importance of Employee Recognition

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Do you openly recognize your employees for their hard work? If you don’t, you may be missing out on an opportunity to foster closer relationships with your workers. Employees naturally crave validation, and when you recognize them for their contributions on a regular basis, they are more likely to give their all at work. If… Read more »

Employees Benefit from Continuous Training

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Do you offer continuous training programs in your workplace? If you don’t, you could be missing out on the chance to improve your company and your employees. Companies that do not continually train and educate their employees face the prospect of falling behind the competition, and if this occurs, you could go out of business… Read more »

Three Reasons Why Behavioral Interview Questions Are Important

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Do you ask behavioral questions during job interviews? If you don’t, you may want to start. These questions are slightly different from traditional interview questions, and they are designed to predict a candidate’s behavior under certain conditions. If you have never asked behavioral interview questions before, here are some reasons to start.   Predicting Future… Read more »