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Safety Tips for Construction Workers on the Night Shift

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Working on construction projects at night is a time-saving option available for certain projects. In some cases, the weather cools down making it a more comfortable work experience. There’s less traffic and fewer people out and about, meaning your team is safer and more productive. While there are numerous benefits, it’s important to have specific… Read more »

Ways Hiring a Construction Temp Will Help Your Business

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When you need construction talent, your options aren’t limited to permanent hires. The option of hiring a temporary worker can actually help your business in a number of ways.   Increased flexibility   The nature of the construction industry is that it’s constantly evolving. Depending on the season and project scope, the amount and kind… Read more »

Tips for Creating a Positive Interview Experience for Candidates

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The interview process is about more than identifying the right candidate for the position at your company. You’re also selling your organization to them, which means creating a positive interview experience for them is crucial to making sure you hire the best talent.   Make candidates comfortable   This suggestion helps both the candidate and… Read more »

Questions You Should Ask Your Construction Candidate

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When you’re interviewing a construction candidate, there are certain questions you should ask to make sure they are the right person for the job. This goes beyond simply asking about their strengths and weaknesses; you need to ask pointed questions to ensure they’re responsible and dependable enough to join your construction team.   Tell us… Read more »

Team-Building Tips to Take Your Team to the Next Level

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If you want your company to thrive and promote a positive company culture, you need to focus on team building. The more you empower your workers and bring them into the mission of your organization, the more success you’ll see. Here are some team-building tips to take your team to the next level.   Cast… Read more »

How to Encourage Your Team to Work Together for Construction Projects

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Construction projects involve many team members working at the same time and their collaboration can make or break how well it goes. If the team doesn’t work together, the results could be disastrous leading to errors and work that needs redone, ultimately resulting in an extended timeline.   To avoid these and other setbacks, it’s… Read more »

Tips for Hiring the Best Candidate, Not Just Someone Who Interviews Well

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Depending on how many candidates you’ve interviewed, you’ve likely encountered a smooth talker. This person is an interviewing professional. They seem calm and poised throughout the entire process and always seem to have the right answer. You’ll walk away thinking everything went well while missing out on a crucial point – they interviewed well, but… Read more »

Ways to Effectively Create Employee Development Plans

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Employee development plans are helpful for both your team and company. They can help guide staff growth while working toward the overall goals of organization. A successful employee development plan can’t be thrown together; it takes time and consideration to make sure it’s effective.   Align with business goals   Before your employee plans can… Read more »

Questions You Should Never Ask a Candidate in an Interview

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The purpose of a job interview is to learn about a candidate to see whether they are qualified for a position at your company. You accomplish this by asking about their experience and abilities to learn if they’ll be a good fit. You want to learn as much as possible, but you must keep in… Read more »

Team-Building Tips to Take Your Team to the Next Level

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A healthy and functioning team is the key to your organization’s success. When everyone works together, operations run more smoothly and efficiently, and the overall environment is improved. This year, resolve to take team building to the next level with these tips:   Make sure everyone is on the same page   One of the… Read more »