When you receive a job offer, do you look at the pay or benefits first? According to Glassdoor’s 2015 Employment Confidence Survey, 60% reported that benefits and perks are a major factor when considering a job offer. While you should certainly consider pay, it’s important to consider the entire compensation package before making a decision.
Whether you’re an experienced craftsman or new to the construction business, getting your next project is always on your mind.
You just had a successful job interview for what you hope to be your next construction project. Now what? Do you immediately call to say thank you? Do you give them space so you don’t appear desperate?
You have the skill set to work in the construction trade, but you just need the steps to get you to your next project.
Everyone feels some level of stress when searching for a job and preparing for an interview. The construction industry is no exception. You’re sending out information hoping for a response. And you’re meeting strangers who will determine whether or not you get the job based on how you answer a few questions. It’s a stressful process.