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June 20, 2022

New data released by the government shows that the Construction sector added 36,000 jobs nationally in May while the labor market remained tight. Overall, there are currently over 10 million job openings across the country and only 8.4 million people looking for work. From this, it is clear that job seekers are in demand and can be choosy about selecting their opportunities. For employers. the challenge is to create job opportunities that promote growth, have long-term stability and offer a good workplace environment.

Promoting Employee Growth

Enabling employees to grow their skills not only helps build their resumes but greatly enhances a firm’s ability to thrive. Employees that see opportunities to grow are far more likely to remain with a company. This reduces turnover and promotes higher quality work.

Here are a few ways to encourage employee growth:

  • Propose Regular One-on-one Meetings
  • Get Employees to Set Goals
  • Prioritize Skill Development
  • Offer Leadership Development

Enhancing Employee Stability

With a tight labor market, there is always a firm ready to offer more money. The challenge for employers is to focus on the employee experience. To optimize your employee’s experience, employers need to listen and respond quickly to employee ideas, feedback and requests.

While these practices may take more time, it is important to consider the cost of replacing good, trained employees. Retaining a good employee is far less expensive that recruiting a new hire.

Providing a Good Workplace Environment

Employees that work in a positive atmosphere typically are more productive, make fewer errors and are absent far less frequently. Here are a few ways to make sure your workplace is a positive environment:

  • Make onboarding a priority
  • Create open lines of communication
  • Recognize good work
  • Management must set a positive example
  • Actively support your employees efforts

While a tight labor market can be challenging, it can also be an opportunity to asses your firm’s workplace and look for ways to engage and retain the people that are fundamental to your success.

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June 6, 2022

At Condustrial, a full-service supplemental employer of construction, industrial personnel, we always have many different positions we are hiring for at all skill levels. Whether you’re searching for a position in construction, industrial, contracting, mechanical, or anything in between, here is a list of what we are hiring for along the entire East Coast:

The above positions are just a snapshot of all that we are hiring for currently across the Southeast. At varying schedules, experience levels, and pay-scales, we are sure you’ll find something that fits your needs with Condustrial. Visit our job postings page to view all of the positions we are hiring for in your area and get connected with an experienced recruiter to find your perfect fit today!

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April 1, 2022

In the recruiting and employment world, your resume is your very first impression to a potential employer. When hiring managers are receiving dozens and possibly hundreds of resumes for the same job posting, you need to know how to make yours stand out. Whether you’ve held a dozen jobs, or none at all, you’ll still want to make sure the tips below are kept in mind for building an effective resume.

Be Mindful Of Layout: Layout and format are important elements of your resume. Some take it upon themselves to make the most stylish and modern resume with bright colors or even a photo to help them stand out, but truthfully you want to try to keep this to a minimum. Think instead, clear and easy to read. Feel free to add a bit of color or design element, especially if you’re entering a creative field, but be sure that it doesn’t take away from the content. After all, your resume should speak for itself and shouldn’t need flashy colors to make you stand out.

Listing Your Past Experiences: Speaking of layout, many resume writers will agree that keeping your past experiences to reverse chronological order, starting with your most recent experience is best. This allows the hiring manager to quickly see how your current positions can relate to the available ones. You’ll also want to be sure to include the employer name, your title, a timeline for which you’ve worked there, as well as a quantifiable summation of your performance within that position. Be mindful of any lapses of employment as these often stick out as red flags to hiring managers, so consider organizing positions by relevance rather than time.

Keep Their Attention: As we mentioned before, hiring managers are seeing tons of resumes for their available positions and may only have 10 or so seconds to dedicate to yours before they move on, so be sure to include a brief summary of who you are and what you bring to the table. You want to avoid cliche terms, and instead, check out the job description and include some relatable keywords right from there.

Quantifiable Job Summaries: It’s easy to list what you’ve done at a position and what job duties you were tasked with, but employers want to know what you’ve accomplished in your role and what you brought to the table that you can do similarly for them. With this being said, rather than listing out various job functions you did, list out your measurable accomplishments, such as, “enacting a new marketing campaign and increasing leads by 35%” or “simplified the workload for all team members by introducing new technologies and saving the company 50% overall.” This helps the hiring manager assess how valuable you can be to their team.

Keep It Custom: When applying to each position, tailor your resume and cover letter specifically for that position. Change a few keywords or add in experiences that better relate to each position you apply to.

You want your resume to appear clean and well thought out in order to keep the attention of the hiring manager to better increase your chances of scheduling an interview. Once you update your resume and are ready to apply, check out our available positions across the Southeast at condustrial.com/job-listings.

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March 15, 2022

With many companies hiring for positions and the job market has changed overall due to the pandemic, entering into a new industry can seem difficult. Fortunately, it’s likely your existing skill-set can help you in more ways than you think.

Recognize Your Skills

Start with identifying your current skills. These skills can come from your current job, how you relate to others, hobbies, how you manage tasks, and any other learned skills. To help identify these maybe write down a list of things you’d say you’re skilled in and then categorize them by the following:

  • Functional Traits: this includes skills such as problem-solving, basic bookkeeping, customer service, communication, and more. These skills are typically the most transferable and what most employers list on job descriptions.
  • Personality Traits: This is how you are as a person, are you organized, a great listener, attentive, punctual, etc. These are great skills to showcase for many different positions and can help differentiate you from other applicants.
  • Learned Knowledge: Maybe you took a course in Microsoft in high school, or you have a degree of some sort, learned knowledge is exactly what it says, knowledge that you’ve learned or studied.

Next Steps: Finding That Next Opportunity

Once you’ve identified your skills and have categorized them, you will have a better understanding of yourself and can match your skills up to what employers are looking for.

Start by looking at some job boards and reading job descriptions, see anything that matches yours? Try to find positions with as many matches as possible to increase your chances of being hired. Be sure to broaden your horizons and look at positions that are similar to your skill-set, some may use different descriptors and synonyms so look out for those too. You may be surprised at how many positions you qualify for based on your current skills.

If you don’t see jobs matching your current skills, view this as an opportunity to enhance what you know by getting more training or certifications. Moving into a new industry can seem difficult but it can also lead to exciting new opportunities that will provide financial stability and personal fulfillment. Identifying your skills and identifying the gaps is a great way to get started on a new career path.

Searching for a new position using your current skill set? View all of our current opportunities at condustrial.com/job-listings

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March 11, 2022

We recognize that each company has its own unique needs and draw from our 25+ years of experience in Staffing, Recruiting, and Workforce Management to deliver staffing solutions for our clients.

In today’s tight labor market, the cost of employee acquisition and retention cannot be overstated. Condustrial partners with each of our clients to design and deliver a cost-effective, customized solution to assist our client in achieving their desired goals. Here are four reasons a workforce management company may be the fastest, most, cost effective ways to address your hiring needs.

Condustrial Has a Deep Talent Pool

We have spent years building a database of quality candidates to aid in filling jobs with the best talent possible. By having a pool of talent to draw from, Condustrial is also able to reduce our client’s time to hire significantly.

Condustrial Can Save You Money

Your employee cost is more than just their salary. Once you have take into consideration basic salary, taxes, and benefits, the real costs of a company’s employees are typically in the 1.25 to 1.4 times base salary range. In other words, an employee earning $30,000 will actually cost an employer somewhere between $37,500 and $42,000 to employ.

Condustrial eliminates costs used to market, find and attract talent. We also reduce employer’s overhead by eliminating benefits costs, improving an employer’s cash flow.

Condustrial Reduces Your Business Liability

Condustrial covers workers’ compensation insurance, general liability insurance, takes out payroll taxes, pays the worker, and covers other costs associated with employment. This reduces our client’s overhead and the HR headaches associated with new hires.

Condustrial Offers Flexibility

Let Condustrial provide employees based on your current needs. We offer flexible workforce solutions that enable employers to bring on skilled contract workers to complete short term projects and assignments.

Talk to Condustrial and let us develop a plan to help reduce your workforce challenges and make sure your company objectives are completed on time and on budget!

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March 3, 2022

March is Women’s History Month and March 8 is International Women’s Day and we want to showcase all the hard work that women do in the workplace, especially in male-dominated industries such as manufacturing. Adding women to your workforce is an important factor in a company’s success. A Deloitte study of 600 women in manufacturing and 20 executives in manufacturing found gender diversity improves innovation, return on equity and profitability for manufacturing organizations.

Many jobs in manufacturing can easily be filled by women, yet often women are paid less or the positions are perceived as “masculine” positions which can deter women from applying. Unfortunately, these perceptions can leave companies with positions to fill. A solution to filling manufacturing employment vacancies could be to target women for these positions by implementing changes in the workplace that make manufacturing jobs more flexible and attractive.

Here a few solutions for attracting more women into the manufacturing space, allowing you to possibly address your hiring needs.

Work-Life Balance is Important

Many manufacturing jobs are perceived as old-school and often follow more traditional job roles which includes a lack of a work-life balance. This can be a large deterrent to women who are often also running a household and raising children. In fact, a recent study found that 37% of women who leave the manufacturing sector cite poor work-life balance as their reason for exiting the field. Understanding the demands of home and work that are placed on women is important and companies that address those demands can see a huge impact in the female response to job postings.

Women are also not the only ones that consider work/life balance as an important factor to a job hiring process. Younger generations are also highly considering this balance when evaluating career choices and applying for new jobs.

Market Your Job Openings to Women

Women need to know that other women already hold manufacturing positions at your facility and are thriving. Utilizing your existing workforce of women to attract others is definitely beneficial. Women value the opinion of others and want to hear testimonials and first hand experiences before diving into a new career. Let them hear from a current employee about your work environment and work/life balance philosophy. These type of testimonials can be a powerful recruiting tool and should lead to better hiring success.

  • Highlight female leaders on a company website and in marketing materials
  • Promote examples of gender inclusivity in job descriptions
  • Feature factors that are important to female job seekers in job descriptions

Look at Adding Benefits that Support Women

Companies need keep an open mind to new trends for women in the workplace. Those trends can include things such as childcare onsite, longer maternity leave, paid family time, etc. These are things that women truly look for and highly consider when taking a new job.

Place Women in Leadership Positions

Nearly 72% of women in manufacturing believe they are underrepresented in their organization’s leadership team. This belief is a fundamental reason many highly qualified women do not explore employment opportunities in manufacturing. However, not only will having women in leadership roles help you attract more females to your firm, the Deloitte report found that when women are placed in leadership roles in manufacturing, companies experienced several benefits:

  • 88%: diverse perspectives in decision making
  • 84%: innovative and creative approaches and solutions
  • 74%: balanced organizational management
  • 49%: improved financial performance

Women are an essential piece to the puzzle for so many companies hiring needs. Closing the gender gap in male-dominated industries can be a key to a company’s hiring success. Encouraging women to apply at your company can contribute to growth in your businesses, provide a more stable workforce and lead to long-term success.

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February 28, 2022

Condustrial is proud to announce the release of our new mobile application for Apple and Android devices. The new apps are designed to enable employees and partners to easily communicate with Condustrial staff and manage their employment information.

Features include:

  • Easily Contact Condustrial Support Staff
  • Access Paystubs
  • View Job Assignment Information
  • Submit Time-sheets
  • Schedule Vacations
  • Find Answers to Frequently Asked Employment Questions

The apps are Free and available now of the the Apple and Google stores.

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February 16, 2022

Dozens of companies are hiring for staff to fill their open positions and although you may initially think that you’d be under-qualified or overwhelmed by certain jobs, you may be surprised at the opportunities that exist. There is a high demand for new employees and many employers are hiring candidates with little to no prior experience. This gives you room to break into a new field and learn something new and possibly enhance your current skill set.

Entry-level jobs are projected to see large employment growth over the decade and many provide a great salary. According to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics Occupational Outlook Handbook, May 2020 , here are the Top Ten In-Demand Construction Jobs

PositionMedian SalaryAdditional Jobs 2020-2030Education Needed
Construction Manager$97,18051,400Bachelor’s Degree
Construction Laborer/Helper$37,080109,100High School Diploma
Electrician$56,90066,100High School Diploma
Equipment Operator$49,10024,900High School Diploma
Glazier$46,0802,500High School Diploma
Painter$42,13018,300Not required
Plumber/Pipefitter/Steamfitter$56,33023,400High School Diploma
Sheet Metal Worker$51,3704,800High School Diploma
Solar Photovoltaic Installer$46,4706,100High School Diploma
Structural Iron and Steelworker$53,2105,400High School Diploma

Thankfully, Condustrial has dozens of positions in your area that are hiring for entry-level positions in industries such as:

Plumbing

Construction

Electrical

Maintenance

Medical

Warehouse work

Carpentry

Industrial

And many more

With Condustrial, finding a new job in any of the above fields has never been easier, simply apply online from any device and get connected with an experienced representative to help you find a great new position.

We’re hiring for positions in and around the following cities. Click on a city near you to view our current job openings:

Atlanta
Baltimore
Charlotte
Grand Strand (Myrtle Beach)
Greensboro
Lowcountry (Charleston)
Midlands (Columbia)
Upstate (Greenville/Spartanburg/Anderson)
Medical

Interested in starting your next rewarding career? Apply online today by visiting: condustrial.com/job-listings

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December 20, 2021

Although many companies are hiring and there are often many vacancies after the start Of a new year, it can still be difficult as a job seeker to know if you’re getting the best fit for your needs. That’s where a staffing agency can come into play. A staffing agency is a hired agent who will assist you with finding a position or filling a role at your company. They offer expertise in the field and are often a great resource for things as simple as resume advice. If you’re searching for a new job or searching for an employee, here are a few reasons why you should connect with a staffing agency.

  1. Saves Time: Why waste time scrolling through endless job listings on job board sites when a staffing agency can do that for you. Staffing agencies know of many job listings and have connections to companies that are hiring, they can save you time by finding tailored listings and submitting applications for you.
  2. Access to Larger Network: Some companies exclusively work with hiring firms to find their employees and may not post online, so working with a staffing agency gives you access to a wider range of available positions and allows you to get connected easier with a member of the hiring team.
  3. Assistance Through Hiring and Placement Process: If the hiring process scares you, then a staffing agency can help. They specialize in placing employees and are familiar with the ins and outs of hiring. A staffing agency can give you tips and tricks to add to your resume and make the process of finding a great job much less daunting.
  4. Large Employee and Job Databases: Many recruiting companies utilize a database that collects your information in regard to hiring. This is great news because your information can be saved into this database and can be used to help you find future positions or ones that better suit your needs. Having the ability to easily match open job opportunities that match your skills helps applicants find better job positions with potentially better pay, making your next employment search much easier and successful.

Connecting with a staffing agency can be greatly beneficial in even more ways than those listed above. If you are searching for a new job or a new employee it is always a great idea to connect with a staffing agency to help solve your employment needs. That is why we at Condustrial specialize in it!

If you’re searching for a position or an employee in the industrial, construction, or nursing field connect with one of our specialists today by visiting our website www.condustrial.com today and get started working with a staffing agency.


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December 10, 2021

It’s hard to believe that 2022 is already knocking on our doors, but in just mere days it will be here. With the last couple of years showing drastic changes in the workforce, many hiring and employment trends should continue and even accelerate as we enter the new year. Here are what experts are saying you can expect to see in your workplace over the coming year.

Resignations Should Continue to Rise in the Workplace

One trend that is likely to continue is the rise of workplace resignations. Worker resignations are creating shortages and many experts expect to see a great increase of employee power. Employees will likely start to require more incentives in order to be employed. This includes better pay, better benefits, better work-life balance, and more in order to retain and attract new employees.

Healthcare Positions Will Continue to Be in High Demand

It is likely we will see a trend in hiring for healthcare professionals, healthcare supporting fields, and construction as many of these positions opened up as a result of the pandemic. This will allow for less competition in these fields and better opportunities to negotiate benefits and salary.

Remote Work is Here to Stay

We will also likely see an increase and continuation of remote employment in certain industries, some even moving to more permanent remote positions with the ability to hire anyone from anywhere.

Firms Will Be Under Pressure to Stay Competitive for Good Employees

For the most part, this has been a beneficial time for many employees searching for new positions and many are starting to recognize that they may be undervalued in their current roles. Higher demand and increasing pay-rates have lead many to seek positions that provide an increase in pay and benefits. While a boon to workers with in-demand skills, this trend has put pressure on firms looking to hire and retain good employees. Look for this trend to continue throughout 2022.

If you’re searching for a new position in the healthcare and construction fields or and employer looking to enhance your current staff, please check out our website to view all of the high quality and competitive opportunities available at Condustrial.com.

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