3 Tips for Building a Relationship with Your Temporary Employees

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  The use of temporary workers is surging in industries across the country. There are a variety of reasons why temporary employees may be right for your business. To make the most of your temporary hires, you need to build a strong manager-worker relationship. Solid Advice For Building Relationships with Your Temporary Workers While you… Read more »

3 Ways to Keep Employees Motivated in Difficult Times

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  The uncertainties of the COVID-19 pandemic can be crippling for many people, including your employees. Since there is little that even a manager can control in local and national restrictions, it’s important to do what you can to help your employees stay motivated. One of the best ways to motivate your employees during difficult… Read more »

3 Ways to Keep Construction Employees Safe in the Heat

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  Job site safety is important each day, but summer months bring about seasonal safety concerns that you need to be aware of to keep your workers healthy and productive. Extreme heat is the cause of thousands of workplace deaths each year, and workers must be aware of the temperature change to stay safe and… Read more »

Tips for Keeping Construction Workers Safe During COVID-19

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Before the COVID-19 pandemic, construction workers and managers already had to pay attention to safety concerns of every unique job. Now, there are even more safety precautions that must be considered to keep workers healthy. General Safety Policies During COVID-19 This is a list of special considerations that companies should take during the COVID-19 pandemic…. Read more »

What’s in Store for the Construction Industry Post COVID-19

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  Every industry across the country, even the world, will have to adapt since the novel COVID-19. Since this is new territory for every manager and business leader, it’s critical to understand a few of the predictions for how the construction industry will function in a post-coronavirus world. Important Considerations for the Construction Industry After… Read more »

Types of Personal Protective Equipment for the Construction Industry

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Everyone knows that construction workers wear personal protective equipment. But personal protective equipment (PPE) goes beyond safety glasses and hard hats. Be sure you understand PPE differences and provide them for your workers. Types of PPE for Construction Workers Here are four important types of personal protection equipment for your construction team. This handful is… Read more »

3 Tips for Keeping Your Employees Calm During COVID-19

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  While much of the country is slowly reopening, many workplaces are still navigating this path of uncertainty. In addition to figuring out new normal for business operations, managers must be extremely aware of how employees are weathering the stresses of re-entering society in the midst of COVID-19. Business owners and managers must do what… Read more »

4 Benefits of Over-Communicating with Your Employees

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  One of the biggest issues in the workplace is communication. Some managers may feel uncomfortable communicating too much or too often, but employees need direction. A lack of leadership and communication can negatively impact everything from productivity to employee retention. Be sure that you are communicating enough with your employees, and even err on… Read more »

Is Your Team Burnt Out? Here’s How to Tell

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If you have a cynical, disengaged, or unproductive employee on your team, it’s time to discipline. Right? Well, not necessarily. These are three signs that your regularly positive and productive employee could be burnt out. For these reasons, it’s not always a time for discipline, but rather a time for conversation. Decreased Productivity and Quality… Read more »

Why Leadership is Important in Construction

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The construction industry is involved in every industry in the developed world. It’s a costly, risky, and technically demanding industry. It also requires the synchrony of many moving parts and people. Clearly, quality leadership is a must for construction to be successful. With so much of the world relying on the construction industry to perform… Read more »