Important Qualities to Look for in New Hires

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During the hiring process, there are a few obvious things you look for in candidates – what they’ve done before and where, for example. Experience is the most important area you consider, because you want to hire someone you know can do the job. While skills are naturally important, there are other qualities to consider,… Read more »

Construction Worker Summer Safety Tips

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The arrival of warmer weather is welcomed with open arms from much of the country, but for some it signals the start of a dangerous season. Air conditioning becomes a worker’s best friend, but for those in industries like construction, they experience no such relief. More than just the heat bothering them as they work… Read more »

Strategies for Improving Workplace Communication

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When you think about communication in your workplace, do you see room for improvement? If an environment is communicative and everyone feels heard and valued, you’ll notice a more positive, encouraging and successful workplace for everyone.   Unfortunately, too many cultures don’t focus on workplace communication and employees might feel underappreciated or unheard. To keep… Read more »

Phone Interviews Done Right!

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When a candidate schedules a phone interview, they’re aware of all the tips and tricks to ensure a successful interview on their end. They find a quiet place and prepare the standard answers to the usual screening questions. If they’re really dedicated, they’ll even dress as if it was a real interview. We know candidates… 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 »