Career & Team development

How to passively recruit employees in construction

Passively recruiting means seeking candidates that aren’t necessarily looking to make a career change. HR professionals, hiring managers, and recruiters will seek out qualified construction professionals they feel would be a good fit for their company and the role they’re looking to fill, and then convince them to consider applying for the position.

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Best certifications for construction career development

Acquiring credible certifications is a good way to learn and improve in your role as well as to progress your career in the construction industry. Certifications related to project management, safety regulations, sustainable processes, and much more are available to the broad public for them to develop their skills and abilities. Acquiring any of these certificates demonstrates a certified level of expertise, as well as a commitment to your career and continuous improvement, a positive in the eyes of employers.

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Unique Perspectives from a Sr. Project Manager | Derek Lemmon

Our guest on Honest Conversations today is Derek Lemmon, Senior Project Manager at Clune Construction. Derek has almost 10 years experience as a project manager and specializes in healthcare-related projects. Join us as we dive into Derek’s path through the construction industry, the value of mentorship in construction, his unique approach to managing stress, and more!

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The transition to project manager | Armando Chocron

Honest Conversations - The transition to project manager | Armando Chocron

Our guest on Honest Conversations today is Armando Chocron, Project Manager at Accel Construction Management. Armando has a Masters in Engineering which he completed while starting his career in construction, and now has over 6 years experience in the industry. Join us as we dive into why Armando thinks a Masters can have so much value in construction, the struggles and best advice for transitioning between roles, the value of experience, and more! 

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