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Tips for Construction Workers

We here at Building Team Solutions are always hiring for construction jobs. Even when these jobs aren’t posted, our clients are always browsing our applicants to find the right candidates. Click here to browse current construction jobs. Once you do obtain work as a construction worker, there are some tips to keep in mind in order to maintain employment. I’ve listed them below. 1. Listen.  Listening seems to be the biggest reason why workers are fired from construction jobs. It is crucial for you, as a construction worker, to listen… Read more

Construction Jobs Are In!

The Associated Press released a report today noting how the construction industry is improving day by day. In fact, numbers are at an all time high since 2008. So what does it all mean? Well, we here at Building Team Solutions are able to connect more companies with employees and provide more people with jobs. How fantastic is this?! Anyway, an average of  7,000 new construction jobs have been added in each state since January of this year. If you’re looking to obtain a job in the construction field, please… Read more

The Danger of Doing Everything Yourself.

I knew a lady who wouldn’t delegate work. She was afraid someone was going to “steal” her ideas or go to work for another company and share trade secrets. Besides having NDAs in place, she just couldn’t delegate her work, which is why her business is no longer a business. Delegating work and trusting others is a part of operating a business. Sure, not every employee or client is going to have the best intentions or work half as hard as you do. That’s a part of the game. Regardless,… Read more

The Power of A Construction Degree.

The topic of a construction degree can start quite the heated debate. It seems you’re either #TeamDegree or #TeamExperience. While there isn’t a right or wrong side of the fence to be on when it comes to this debate, you should be informed as to what the pros and cons of each side are. According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics 2011-2012 Occupational Outlook Handbook, employment of construction managers is projected to increase by 17 percent, faster than average for all occupations.  The Bureau of Labor Statistics also states that… Read more