The Problem with Year-End Reviews and How to Make Your Process Better

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While your employees are one of your greatest assets, they are also a source of anxiety and even risk. Keeping your workforce motivated, productive, and focused can be challenging. If your company does not evolve beyond the performance management techniques of yesteryear, then the task is even more daunting. The traditional approach to year-end reviews Read more »

The Importance of Looking Back Before Preparing for the Upcoming Calendar Year

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With the new year on the horizon, many architecture, engineering and construction professionals set their eyes on the future. However, failing to look back can be detrimental, as it means missing out on a unique opportunity. If you are not sure why you should pause to reflect, here is why good preparation requires a look Read more »

Looking Back on the Top Resources from 2018

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With the new year approaching quickly, taking a moment to reflect on the past and plan for the future is wise. Many companies and job seekers have big goals for 2019, and having the right information can make all of the difference in regards to success. If you want to make the new year the Read more »

4 Tips for a More Efficient Job Search

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Most job seekers are familiar with common search techniques regardless of whether they are looking for an entry-level position or are trying to advance their career. While some methods require more time and energy than others, a job search is rarely effortless. The good news is, that there are a number of ways individuals can Read more »

How to Find the Best Engineering Candidates

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Locating top talent is rarely an easy process, but it can be especially daunting when looking for ideal engineering candidates. Unemployment is low for engineers, so resorting to traditional tactics may not always yield the best results. Luckily, there are things you can do to increase your odds of finding the best engineering candidates available. Finding Read more »

7 Red Flags to Watch Out for When Hiring a New Employee

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Hiring new employees is often a challenging process. When you need an exceptional architecture, engineering or construction professional, making an efficient, but smart choice the first time around is essential. Otherwise, projects can fall behind and problems could arise, causing you to waste time and money. Related Post: Your Unfilled Position is Draining Your Company’s Read more »

Communicating Safety to New Employees

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New hires are at a greater risk of being injured on the job than those who have been employed for an extended period of time. This is often based on the incoming staff member’s lack of familiarity with the environment. After all, with differing co-workers, policies and procedures, training and equipment, every job site is Read more »

Three Reasons to Partner with RealStreet to Fill Your Team’s Skills Gap

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Whether your team has experienced turnover, your company has taken on additional work or you conducted a skills assessment and have found gaps that must be filled, you understand the importance of having the right people for the job. This means hiring new employees. Unfortunately, finding ideal candidates is often easier said than done. After all, Read more »

Question: Should I Accept a Counter-Offer?

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When you have an in-demand skill set, finding a new architecture, engineering, or construction opportunity may lead to more than just a job offer. If your current employer is worried about losing you, they may provide you with a counter-offer as a means of enticing you to stay. Usually, this means being offered at least Read more »

Job Seekers Beware! Five Things That Can Scare Hiring Managers Away

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The thought of looking for a new architecture, engineering, or construction job might seem scary. After all, it can be a tedious, time consuming and nerve-racking process. However job seekers often forget to consider how they could be thwarting their own efforts. Just as they are evaluating potential employers, hiring managers are trying to find the Read more »

I have worked with RealStreet for the past five years to provide supplemental staffing for two federal government contracts. It has been a great partnership. I find RealStreet to be attentive and responsive to our needs, reliable, and they consistently find great people that fit what we need for multiple roles on two different programs.

Kevin T. Fitzpatrick, PMP, Peer Review Program Manager

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