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  Even though summer may seem like the peak season for construction work, there are construction jobs all year long. Just as you need to keep your workers safe during the heat of summer, you also need to consider how to keep them safe during winter weather as well.  4 Ways to Keep Your Workers… Read more »

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  Employee performance is greatly linked to their well-being. When companies and managers make employee well-being a top priority and focus, they will also see their employees perform better at their jobs and happier on the job.  An employee who is thriving in the elements of well-being misses less work, solves problems more readily, and adapts… Read more »

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  During the job search, so much focus is put on crafting the perfect resume and cover letter and having a successful interview. While these preparations are necessary, it’s important to remember to consider how to follow up with potential employers after your interview. Read on for tips on how to follow up the right way!  4 Interview… Read more »

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  Fostering leadership is healthy and important for any company. When this is a priority, it boosts morale, improves employee retention, and can increase overall company productivity.   Instead of only promoting employees based on skills or a set of prescribed metrics for success to determine leadership opportunities, managers should also dive deeper into their employee’s passions… Read more »

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  Since March of 2020, a lot has changed in the job market and economy. While most of the country is wrestling with uncertain times, hiring managers must stay focused. Some industries cut their staff while others increased their workforce to keep up with new demands. Over the last several months, the job market shifts… Read more »

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  Employee turnover has become more common in the last few years. Employees no longer expect to stay at a company for an entire career. In fact, many employees like to move around. As a manager, thinking about employee turnover can be a real headache. Dealing with it is time-consuming and expensive. It can also… Read more »

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  Whether you are just beginning your career in the construction industry or working in it for a while, you may already be wondering how you can become a construction manager. What is a Construction Manager? In the field, construction managers plan, direct, or coordinate activities pertaining to the construction and maintenance of structures, facilities,… Read more »

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  A bad hire can be one of the most expensive mistakes a business can make. Whether the company realizes they hired the wrong candidate right away or later on in the employment period, the costs incurred are staggering. From poor work performance to tarnished reputations, a bad hire can damage a company’s productivity and… Read more »

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  The construction industry is unlike many other businesses, yet managers are still encouraged to implement new work rules that comply with health guidelines pertaining to COVID-19. Social distancing is one of the most popular guidelines being propagated, but how does that look on a job site? Ideas to Help Your Construction Workers Practice Social… Read more »

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  COVID-19 has now survived another season, and as we enter into Fall, more businesses are reopening. While safety protocols, including personal protective equipment (PPE), have been in practice for months, employers must remember to consider their employees’ emotional health during these difficult and uncertain times. 3 Tips to Help Your Employees Feel Psychologically Safe… Read more »