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Submitted by roiadmin on Mon, 03/04/2019 - 14:50
Despite the stereotype of men working in the construction industry, women are just as capable. Female on-site construction workers are lacking, but women altogether are underrepresented in the industry. When it comes to women entering the construction industry, part of the struggle is that women need to go the extra mile to make their accomplishments seen — something that may not come naturally.
Submitted by roiadmin on Tue, 02/12/2019 - 11:10
Finding a job right out of college is not easy. However, broadening the type of position you’re looking for may help you.
At Resource Options, Inc. we look for self- motivated individuals, seeking a fast paced environment that challenges you and builds upon your experience.  As a recent college graduate, Internal Recruiter and Marketing Associate for ROI, Jen Monroe shares 6 benefits of entering a career in recruiting. 
Submitted by roiadmin on Thu, 08/09/2018 - 16:04
Some people go to work every day simply to survive. The fortunate ones look forward to going to work every day because the job is with an appealing company. 
I am Jesse Odell, Connecticut Branch Manager of ROI and I want to share some tips that make a company appealing for your construction staff.
Growth & Opportunity
Submitted by roiadmin on Wed, 07/18/2018 - 10:40
If you think most hiring decisions are based on experience and qualifications, you better keep reading. A resume gets you in the door, but how you interview determines whether you’re offered the job. Candidates must be prepared for any type of screening. 
As a recruiter of 6 years, Michael Shea shares 11 job interview tips that help you pass any job interview. 
Submitted by roiadmin on Sat, 07/11/2015 - 10:39

The first day of a new job is exciting and scary at once. With that kind of pressure, it can be easy to make a mistake on the first day that can tarnish all the hard work you put in to land the job in the first place. Whether you are looking to work on a long term project with the company or be hired on full time, here are our tips to ensuring success on your first day, and making a lasting impression.