Asking These 3 Questions Can Help Keep Your Employees Happy

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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 impact… Read more »

Moving Up – How to Become a Construction Manager

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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 »

Learn Why the Cost of a Bad Hire is More Than You Think

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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 »

Important Social Distance Tips for Construction Workers

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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 »

3 Tips for Making Sure Your Employees Feel Safe Psychologically

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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 »

Ensuring Employees are Safe When Returning to Work After COVID-19

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  Much of the country is opening up in phases based on national and local safety recommendations and regulations. As employees get back to work, it’s important to ensure their safety while on the job. Not only will it help your employees and customers stay healthy, but it can help your business weather these uncertain… Read more »

The Value of Taking a Temp Job During a Time of Uncertainty

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  The workforce is facing uncertain times. Throughout history, every industry has had challenging times, but as a job seeker, as you’re going through a tough time, it can be hard to visualize working a successful job. In these situations, working a temporary job can be a very beneficial career option. Benefits of Temporary Work… Read more »

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 »