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  Technological advancements have made many tasks more efficient on the job site. One example is how construction project management software helps track productivity. However, before this tool became mainstream, managers used to rely fully on motivational tactics to increase productivity.    While both technology and tried-and-true tactics are beneficial for construction employees to achieve success,… Read more »

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  Sometimes, it’s difficult to find the right candidate to fill your open positions. Despite all efforts, you come across candidates who lack experience, some who may not fit within your culture, or maybe who are overqualified and cost too much.   While it may be tempting to let the position go unfilled until you find the perfect candidate,… Read more »

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  A lot of factors go into keeping employees satisfied and motivated at their job. Employee retention can be one of the most challenging areas for even the most experienced manager.   Especially in today’s workforce, employees tend to leave jobs a lot faster than twenty years ago. While some industry professionals still value longevity at… Read more »

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No matter how many technological advancements are made, one industry that will always be around is construction. Skilled, dedicated, and hard workers will always be needed to build American infrastructure, homes, buildings, businesses, and everything in between.  If you’re looking for a job in construction, or have recently been hired, consider these three tips to make the… Read more »

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  Technological advancements have made many tasks more efficient on the job site. One example is how construction project management software helps track productivity. However, before this tool became mainstream, managers used to rely fully on motivational tactics to increase productivity.   While both technology and tried-and-true tactics are beneficial for construction employees to achieve success,… Read more »

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  Nearly every industry has been disrupted in 2020 with the COVID-19 pandemic. While no one can fully anticipate what’s next with social distancing, telecommuting, or other modifications workers have had to adopt, the construction industry is still moving forward. Even though there may be some changes to navigate still, there are a few trends… Read more »

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  Embracing change in the workplace is a necessary skill for any worker and manager. Technological shifts, staff, market trends, and processes change continuously, and managers need to adapt and set an example for their employees. With practice, any manager and employee can become resilient and help lead their company to success no matter what… Read more »

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  Coronavirus has rocked the world and nearly every industry. While much is still being learned about this new respiratory virus, there is still a lot each person can do to stay healthy while returning to work and living a productive life.   Protect Yourself & Coworkers at the Job Site Potential sources of exposure to COVID-19… Read more »

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  While construction businesses have several issues and hardships, employee turnover is one of the most pressing issues. Of course, each case is unique, but some common reasons for construction workers leaving their work are:  Stress  Pressure  Concerns of Safety  Conflicts with Colleagues or Managers  Thankfully, managers can decrease employee turnover and improve worker morale… Read more »

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As you are well aware, working in construction is inherently dangerous. There are many risks involved, even seasoned workers, from working with high-power equipment to the hazardous job site. That’s why it’s especially important to be sure that new construction workers begin their time on the job safely, with thorough onboarding.   Many factors impact the safety of new… Read more »