Blog

Just another WordPress site

7 things to discover about contemporary architecture

Article Link: https://bonestructure.ca/en/articles/7-things-to-discover-about-contemporary-architecture/ What exactly is contemporary architecture? It is usually defined as the architecture of the present day. As you can imagine, this definition can lead to confusion. One might think that any recently constructed building counts as an example of contemporary architecture, but this is clearly not the case. Contemporary architecture is based on…
Read more

Office design: what does the future workplace look like?

Article Link: https://www.raconteur.net/business-innovation/office-design-future By: Sarah Dawood Gone are the days of employees trapped in isolated booths, heads down with little social interaction. For many businesses, gone still is the ubiquitous open-plan style that followed. Instead, office design has shifted towards flexible working, with spaces to suit different needs, such as co-working and collaboration, socialising and private…
Read more

THE IMPORTANCE OF TECHNOLOGY IN THE WORKPLACE

Article Link: https://n-o-v-a.com/blog/the-importance-of-technology-in-the-workplace/ By:  Andrea Araujo Technology has grown to become an immense part of our personal lives and has reshaped the average workplace. People are interested in getting the most current technology whether it be the newest smartphone or latest car model.  If we constantly want to update our personal technology, why should we not want…
Read more

5 Technological Advances Revamping the Construction Industry

Article Link: https://www.business.com/articles/technology-in-construction-industry/ By Joanna Furlong Wearables, robots, BIM, drones and rugged devices are changing things. It’s undeniable – technology encroaches in essentially every aspect of our home and work lives, and that applies to traditionally low-tech industries such as construction. Rapid advancements in technology and the increasing rate of adoption have led to safer and more…
Read more

Covid-19 Hiring Best Practices

As the days pass by the country learns more and more ways to maintain social distance and to combat the spread of Covid-19. Professional Recruiter Associates, is here to help our clients and candidates getting past through these times of turmoil. Here are some tips for interviews to maintain your work force and keep everyone…
Read more

7 ways to build stronger leadership skills

Article Link: https://www.bdc.ca/en/articles-tools/entrepreneurial-skills/be-effective-leader/pages/leadership-skills-strategies-advice.aspx In turbulent economic times, building leadership capacity in your company is more critical than ever, says former BDC President and CEO Jean-René Halde. For Halde, the high rate of failure among small businesses in Canada can often be attributed to leadership shortcomings in key areas such as human resources management, strategy and “soft skills”—such…
Read more

11 things to know before starting architecture school

Article Link: https://www.architectural-review.com/today/11-things-to-know-before-starting-architecture-school/8652512.article By: Phineas Harper Top tips for students of architecture about to begin their course: Tea vs coffee, power napping and when to ignore your tutor 1 Drink tea not coffee. Coffee is great for a sudden burst of energy propping you up during late nights on CAD but beware! The caffeine in coffee…
Read more

How to Show Skills Gained Outside of the Workplace on Your Resume

Article Link: https://www.ivyexec.com/career-advice/2017/skills-gained-outside-workplace-resume/ By: Chrissy Scivicque As a well-rounded professional, you likely have a great deal of talents and skills that were gained outside of the workplace. For example, maybe you’ve gained leadership experience while volunteering for your local charitable organization. Or perhaps you have a hobby that helped you hone spectacular technical skills. Whatever the circumstance,…
Read more

10 helpful tips for construction managers

Article Link: https://www.letsbuild.com/blog/10-helpful-tips-for-construction-managers By: Letsbuild Background Finishing homework in school was always an achievement. Be it an hour before the school started or a day before the holidays ended. Finishing a project is an achievement in its own. This feeling goes on till the end though. When it comes to constructing a building or a house…
Read more

How to actually create a fun company culture

Article Link:  https://www.fastcompany.com/90465402/how-to-actually-create-a-fun-company-culture By: David Allen It has long been recognized that all work and no play is likely to lead to less productive, dissatisfied workers. As far back as the 1930s, management researchers such as Elton Mayo and Mary Parker Follett noted that aspects of human nature, such as relationships, were important motivating factors in the workplace. It…
Read more