August 8th, 2022|Comments Off on Does Your Resume Need Renovating?
Does your resume highlight the skills and experience that the construction industry is looking for? Remember, it is a candidate market, so keep the following tips in mind when updating or reviewing your resume. Even [...]
August 1st, 2022|Comments Off on Ensuring Equality in the Workplace
Although times are changing, it is no secret that we have a male-dominated work culture, especially within the construction industry. In part, this is because men will apply for roles when they are unqualified, while [...]
July 25th, 2022|Comments Off on Improve Your Employees’ Experience Before Day 1
The time between offer acceptance and a new employee’s first day on the job site or in the office is critical. How they feel about the company structure, policies, and culture will likely be heavily [...]
July 4th, 2022|Comments Off on Retaining Top Performers
There is a lot of competition when it comes to finding good talent in the construction industry. This means that there can be a lot of “poaching” that happens between companies. After investing time and [...]
June 27th, 2022|Comments Off on Avoid These Phrases in Your Workplace Communication
It can be easy to fall back on jargon or catchphrases that you hear often in the office or on television. Some people even use them consciously to make themselves appear more relatable or trendy. [...]
June 20th, 2022|Comments Off on Are You Doing Everything You Can to Prevent Non-Compliance at Your Company?
A strong company culture is built upon a solid foundation of ethics. Many construction companies have a standard compliance document that each new employee must review and sign. Having a documented code of conduct is [...]
June 13th, 2022|Comments Off on How to Build Trust With Your Team
Instilling a sense of trust is invaluable in any relationship, whether personal or professional. In the construction industry, where your team is working on projects that can affect people’s safety, establishing trust is critical. Building [...]