The Key to Understanding (And Navigating) Generational Differences

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Today, there are five generations participating in the workforce. The youngest members of the Silent Generation are 75, and some are still working today. Generation Z, the newest working-age generation, is also beginning to make its entrance into companies across all industries. As a result, the workplace is becoming increasingly complex and, without the proper Read more »

The Value in Taking a Mental Reset Day Off

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At times, life can be incredibly stressful. Work and personal obligations can mount up quickly, and many professionals struggle to find enough time in the day to handle all of their tasks. As a result, things can pile up, making it even tougher to overcome backlogs and get back on track. However, there is an Read more »

RealStreet Promotes Angelica Wood to Role of Recruiter!

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BALTIMORE (March 25, 2019) – RealStreet, a leading national employment and recruiting firm for the architecture, engineering and construction communities throughout the United States, is pleased to announce the promotion of Angelica Wood to Recruiter. Angelica joined RealStreet as a Recruiting Coordinator in the Tysons Corner office, where she supported the team’s efforts to ensure Read more »

How Regular Meetings with Your Employees will Help Them Thrive

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At many architecture, engineering and construction firms, annual employee performance reviews are the standard. However, by waiting so long between meetings, problems are given the space to proliferate, allowing what could be a small issue to turn into a big one. Ultimately, long stretches between reviews are not ideal for performance management or overall productivity. Read more »

The Lost Art of Face-to-Face Networking and How to Make the Most of Your Next Networking Event

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In today’s highly digital world, face-to-face networking has fallen to the wayside. Instead, architecture, engineering and construction professionals often rely on social media and other online platforms to remain connected. While social media can be a suitable approach for nurturing professional relationships, it does not create the same level of connection as a face-to-face meeting. Read more »

How to Become a Coach Among Your Workforce to Improve the Skills of All Employees

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Coaching in the workplace is critical for growth. It allows managers to guide their staff in a direction that strengthens the company as a whole, and is useful for the workers, regardless of whether they are struggling to meet expectations or already excel in their role. After all, even the best employees can benefit from Read more »

How to Successfully Sell Yourself During an Interview

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When it comes to interviewing, many professionals are somewhat uncomfortable discussing strengths and past successes. They often believe that being too aggressive may lead them to come off as arrogant, fearing that it could be off-putting to hiring managers. Additionally, many professionals doubt their capabilities, causing them to downplay their skill set or knowledge level. Read more »

4 Podcasts Every Professional Should Subscribe and Listen to in 2019 to Maximize Productivity

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For any company to achieve success, productivity needs to be ramped up as high as possible. By increasing efficiency and effectiveness, any business can accomplish more during a year. Whether your goal is to increase the rate of output or decrease expenses, productivity is at the core of your objective. If you want to maximize Read more »

Every Resume Should Answer This Question… Does Yours?

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During a job search, your resume is a critical tool. It provides the hiring manager with information regarding what you bring to the table, creating an opportunity for them to assess you as a professional. To be effective, a resume needs to address specific points, but one question usually resides at the center. Related Post: Read more »

What Can Job Seekers Expect from the Construction Industry in 2019?

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Once an industry rocked by the financial crisis in 2008, the construction field has more or less recovered. 2018 was a strong year, but does that mean 2019 will have the same prospects? Here’s what you need to know. What Can Job Seekers Expect from the Construction Industry in 2019? Overall, the construction industry is Read more »

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