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How to Create Happy and Engaged Leaders

November 28th, 2022|Comments Off on How to Create Happy and Engaged Leaders

When the leaders of your construction company are disengaged, the entire team suffers. This not only increases turnover rate, but also negatively impacts company morale, work quality, and – ultimately – your bottom line. Making [...]

Four Things to Consider When Facing a Shortage of Quality Applicants

November 21st, 2022|Comments Off on Four Things to Consider When Facing a Shortage of Quality Applicants

Regardless of the economy, top talent is always in high demand. Many construction companies find that, even when there is a surplus of candidates, they may still have trouble receiving qualified responses to their job [...]

Skills that Hiring Managers Want

November 14th, 2022|Comments Off on Skills that Hiring Managers Want

Great hiring managers know that education and job-related skills are not necessarily the most important factors when hiring.  Engineers, medical professionals, or lawyers obviously need to have the proper training and certifications. However, when it [...]

Writing a GREAT Job Posting

November 7th, 2022|Comments Off on Writing a GREAT Job Posting

One of the biggest mistakes that construction companies make when it comes to job postings is not targeting to the prospective applicants. Know your audience! These individuals want to know what their day-to-day will be [...]

Traits of Your Next Great Hire

October 31st, 2022|Comments Off on Traits of Your Next Great Hire

The process of finding your construction company’s next great hire can be overwhelming.  And the result can be the position staying unfilled for an extended period of time. There can be so much pressure to [...]

When to Use a Recruiter When Job Searching

October 24th, 2022|Comments Off on When to Use a Recruiter When Job Searching

Seeking for a new position can feel like a full-time job. Hours can be spent each week reviewing job listings, updating cover letters, applying for openings, and engaging with your network. For many active job [...]

5 Steps to Successfully Manage a Remote Team

October 17th, 2022|Comments Off on 5 Steps to Successfully Manage a Remote Team

When it comes to construction companies, most team members are required to work on-site. But for the finance, administration, marketing, and communication employees, many companies have moved to a remote or hybrid work environment. Managing [...]

Recognizing When It is Time for a Career Move

October 10th, 2022|Comments Off on Recognizing When It is Time for a Career Move

Falling into the swing of an everyday routine is easy, even if things are less than ideal at work. Being on autopilot at work certainly takes less effort than addressing red flags on the job [...]

Effects of Bad Hires in the Construction Industry

October 3rd, 2022|Comments Off on Effects of Bad Hires in the Construction Industry

Making a bad hire decision can have far reaching and lasting effects on your construction company. Not only can their negatively influence the morale of the team, but they can also significantly lower company profitability. [...]