Managing Workforce

How to Deal with Labour Unrest in a Construction Firm?

Labour unrest is the one thing that every company, including Construction firms, would like to keep miles away from. However the truth is it does occur. And when it does, it can lead to immense implications on the revenue and running of the company. So it is vital th...

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Industry Trends and Forecasts

5 New Trends in Construction and Building

The Construction Industry is an industry that constantly requires innovation and change to keep it moving. Whether it is a change in materials used for building or a change in safety standards, there are always new trends to be seen in building and construction. Thou...

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Beating Competition

How to Distinguish Your Construction Business from the Competition?

So what truly is it that will make you stand out from the crowd? How can you really become the first choice when it comes to clients choosing you over all companies for their job? The answer is to differentiate yourselves from your competitors and to give clients an experience that they will reme...

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Home Security

Electrical Safety: Do’s and Don’ts

One can’t imagine a life without electricity or electrical appliances today. They make our lives so enriching and convenient – unless something go wrong! These wrongs can vary from a minor and somewhat harmless electric shock to a full-fledged explosion resulting in loss of life and property. ...

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Health & Safety Tips

What Safety Precautions You must Take on Construction Sites?

Construction is not the safest of industry around. Over 3% construction workers sustain work-related injury every year in the UK and that’s a lot. And this is why health and safety in construction, assume such an importance in the life of a tradesman. Though the government and industry is doin...

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Personal Development

How can I Prepare Myself to be a Certified Plumber?

“Do you know any certified plumber in London?” asked my friend during our morning walk together.  He needed a plumber for his parent’s home in London. Despite the world going online, people still prefer recommendations from their near and dear ones when it comes to hiring a trade people in Lon...

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Hiring Tips

5 Ways to Check Fake CSCS Card

Homes are neither built nor renovated every day.  And while you are at it, it makes sense to entrust the job to qualified hands - even if it means paying few pounds extra - to ensure quality, safety and stability in the construction. Majority of homeowners in the UK align with this concept and th...

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Skill Improvement

Successful Skills in the Construction Industry

Whether you are a carpenter or an electrician, a plumber or a bricklayer, or any other tradesman; you need something extra, apart from the necessary skill set your trade requires, to stand out from the crowd and succeed like no other. That extra is your soft skills. Here are the few tips to succ...

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Health & Safety Tips

Plumbing Safety Basics Do’s and Don’ts

Plumbing is a critical service that everyone needs from time to time: be it a small house in Newry, or a large apartment in London. Imagine how a Londoner, or any one from the UK for that matter, reacts to having a clogged drainage system or a leaking pipe flooding the house: panic is the word...

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Personal Development

10 Qualities of a Successful Tradesman

You are a skilled tradesman who knows his job well and have a work history to anticipate and be ready for challenges even before they come. Despite the competence and experience you boast, do you think what you are doing can be described as one of the best skilled tradesman’s jobs? Great if it...

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