Posts Tagged: Construction Employment

5 Things You Should Do Before a Networking Event

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In today’s business world, networking is practically a necessity. It gives you the ability to connect with other architecture, engineering, and construction professionals, learn about new opportunities and access valuable information to help you thrive. Even if an event is casual, there can be a lot to gain, simply by making a little extra effort. Read more »

RealStreet President, Judy McGovern, Elected Girl Scouts of Central Maryland Board Chair

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RealStreet, a leading national employment and recruiting firm for the architecture, engineering and construction communities throughout the United States, would like to commend our President, Judy McGovern, for her newly elected role as Board Chair for the Girl Scouts of Central Maryland. Girl Scouts of Central Maryland named RealStreet President, Judy McGovern, as their new Board Chair Read more »

Effective Communication to Onboard Your New Hires

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When a new hire is brought on board, the goal is to ensure they become productive as soon as possible. In some cases, managers may be tempted to expedite the onboarding process as a means of having the person handle critical duties faster, but failing to cover certain details at the beginning can yield disastrous Read more »

How to Get Noticed by Companies When Searching for a New Job

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Looking for a new job can be a taxing process, often requiring a great deal of time and effort. To be successful, you need to do more than simply update your resume, you need to stand out from the competition. While this is often easier said than done, the outcome is well worth the effort. Read more »

Why Company Culture Is Important

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Company culture is not just a trendy catchphrase. While in recent years the importance of it has come to the forefront, the need for a clearly defined culture is essential to ongoing business success. Why does it matter? Companies that neglect to establish and maintain a strong identity (through shared values, practices, and beliefs) face Read more »

Tips for Finding the Best Employees

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Whether you need to hire a construction management professional or an architect, top talent can be difficult to find. Many companies solely rely on their HR department to source candidates. Unfortunately this approach is not always effective, and when positions remain unfilled or are filled by unqualified candidates, companies suffer; e.g. missed deadlines, higher overtime Read more »

Why is RealStreet the Right Choice?

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Filling open architecture, engineering and construction (AEC) positions can take a great deal of time and energy. Ease your efforts by joining forces with RealStreet! With exclusive industry focus, extensive recruiting and AEC experience and a plethora proven processes, we have the resources needed to find top talent fast! Five Benefits of Partnering With RealStreet Before Your Read more »

How to Onboard New Employees Into Your Workforce

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Hiring new employees is an exciting yet uncertain time. Whether you’re leasing a variety of construction management professionals or hiring a lead architect, adding the right talent to your team is an important aspect of business success. Furthermore, you do not want to invest time and energy sourcing the right candidates only to lose them soon Read more »

Construction Firms Are Hiring! Are You Positioning Yourself Well When Applying to Jobs?

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The summer season provides warmer weather and longer days. With that, an influx in construction jobs! If you are interested in a new gig, this is a fantastic time to make a move. As a talented professional, you have a lot to offer any employer, but you need to put your best self forward. Competition can be Read more »

How to Build (and Maintain) a Bond with your HR Manager

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It is not uncommon for a candidate to have a great deal of contact with Human Resources (HR) during the interview process, only to loose touch once they have been hired and been through the on boarding process. Unfortunately, the employees that let this relationship lapse are potentially missing out on great opportunities. Building and maintaining Read more »

A career in construction administration and management can be (and for me has been) one of constant transition. It’s rather common that employment with a given company starts and finishes with each successive project; you’re a new hire as it’s just getting “out of the ground,” then finished and looking for a new project (and Read More…

Greg Wangler, Pentagon Construction Management Division

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