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4 Tips For Overcoming Manager Burnout

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Let’s face it – managing or supervising others can be stressful. Not only do you have to worry about your own work, you are also tasked with taking responsibility for the actions of others as well. This can be immensely exhausting at times, and if you don’t know how to handle the stress, you can… Read more »

3 Innovative Ways to Attract Top Talent

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Is your company having difficulty attracting top talent? If so, you aren’t alone, especially since many businesses consider recruiting to be immensely difficult. Fortunately for hiring managers everywhere, you can attract the talent your company needs with a bit of innovation and originality. If you have been struggling in the recruiting field, here are some… Read more »

Successful Hiring for Carpenters

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Finding the right type of employees can be difficult, especially in the carpentry business. Learning how to hire the right type of workers is easier than many employers think, especially when you know what you are looking for. If you are in the market for skilled carpenters, try employing some of the following hiring tips…. Read more »

Interviewing Candidates for Soft Skills

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Everyone knows you need the right professional skills to get a job done, but did you know many employers believe that soft skills can be just as important? Soft skills are traits are abilities that are not job-related, but can be useful in a professional setting, such as organization or punctuality. If you are interested… Read more »

Getting Your New Hires Back on Track

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Were you disappointed with some of your new hires at the beginning of this year? If you are, you almost certainly need to recharge your workplace and get everyone back on track. If you need help galvanizing your new hires, try utilizing some of the tips below to boost productivity and revenue.   Recognize Employee… Read more »

Becoming a Better Construction Leader

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Leadership is a trait that has many different elements, and in some cases, can be difficult to cultivate. Unfortunately, construction teams need strong leaders who can handle even the most stressful situations. Without a strong leader, company and team morale can drop, but luckily, there are ways to become a better leader in a relatively… Read more »

Successfully Hiring Summer Temporary Workers

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Finding the best talent can be difficult, especially during the summer months when it seems as if everyone is looking for a part-time job. Luckily, there are many resources available to the owners of construction companies, and staffing agencies are the most valuable. If you don’t want to spend all your time hiring this summer,… Read more »

Rejecting Candidates the Right Way

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Finding the right employees for your construction company can be difficult, but most recruiters and employers agree, having to reject qualified applicants is one of the most unpleasant parts of the job. Contrary to popular belief, there are ways to turn down candidates without crushing their spirit or making a bad impression. Continue reading to… Read more »

Interviewing for Reliability

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Everyone wants to hire reliable employees, but finding them is often easier said than done. Every employer knows interviews are a key component of finding the right employee, but did you know you can use them to gauge the reliability of a potential worker? If you are having difficulty attracting reliable employees, try utilizing some… Read more »