Posts Tagged: engineer

How to Prove Your Value in the Workplace

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As an architecture, engineering, or construction professional, it is easy to think that your work is a clear demonstration of your value. However, it relies on a point that is not always true; that your manager has visibility over all of your accomplishments. Plus, you are counting on the notion that your manager is also 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 »

Four Ways to Stay Safe While Working on Construction Sites

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According to the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA), an average of 6.5 million people work within the construction industry on approximately 252,000 job sites across the U.S. each day. While a career in construction can be extremely rewarding, it can be dangerous as well. After all, construction sites are inherently hazardous due to the nature of the Read more »

Four Tips to Improve Your Focus and Stay on Task at Work

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If you have trouble concentrating at work, you are not alone. Many people find their mind wandering at certain points of the day. This can impede productivity if it happens too often. Thankfully, there are ways to boost your concentration. A simple shift in your way of thinking or a few slight adjustments to your Read more »

Reaching Your Breaking Point? Here’s How to Reduce Your Stress Levels… NOW!

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Perpetually overworked? Take heed, you may be at risk of burnout. If stress at work has been keeping you at the office for long hours, affecting your mood and impacting your sleep, something has to give. Whether you have too much on your plate or you lack the tools or knowledge to get the job done, you Read more »

Tired of Saying Yes to Everything at Work? Here is How to Start Saying No

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You give your all to your job each day, but you can only tackle so much at one time. If working overtime has become your standard because you avoid saying no at all costs, it is time for a change. It will take time, but learning to set boundaries and recognizing when to say no Read more »

RealStreet saved us more than once with temporary help on some of our most demanding construction projects, particularly when we needed experienced, responsible and professional individuals on such short notice. We were particularly grateful for the Quality Control Manager (QCM) you were able to provide while our full-time QCM was on short-term disability, at the Read More…

Michael S. Shevitz, LEED Green Associate, Vice President

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