Shout out to all the men holding it together 💪🏼

#internationalmensday

Shout out to all the men holding it together 💪🏼

#internationalmensday
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Lest we forget ...

Sometimes laughter is the best medicine to help lift any clouds - courtesy of murphylaw on @tiktok thank you for the positive energy 🙏🏻😂🙌🏻

Sometimes laughter is the best medicine to help lift any clouds - courtesy of murphylaw on @tiktok thank you for the positive energy 🙏🏻😂🙌🏻 ...

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With lockdown approaching we have COVID Marshalls ready for hire - get in contact for more details.

With lockdown approaching we have COVID Marshalls ready for hire - get in contact for more details. ...

Morning! Hope you’re all ready to tackle the week ahead. If you’re facing challenges getting your projects over the line this week then we can help. We have a full roster of construction, industrial and rail professionals ready to help. Give us a quick call and we’ll get it sorted for you 🙌🏻

Morning! Hope you’re all ready to tackle the week ahead. If you’re facing challenges getting your projects over the line this week then we can help. We have a full roster of construction, industrial and rail professionals ready to help. Give us a quick call and we’ll get it sorted for you 🙌🏻 ...

At times like now it’s important to come together and support each other where possible. 
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Forces4 is leading the way in supporting our service leavers getting back into careers they can grow as individuals. We are in the Thames Gateway but there really is no area of operation for us since the support we offer spans the entire United Kingdom. Forces4 specialise in facilities, maintenance, construction and security.
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With our vast ex- perience and knowledge we work with the top companies to unlock the vast pool of skills and experience from our service leavers that can be missed by the normal generic recruitment service. So for the employer, Forces4 will work with you to find that perfect bespoke recruitment solution.

At times like now it’s important to come together and support each other where possible.
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Forces4 is leading the way in supporting our service leavers getting back into careers they can grow as individuals. We are in the Thames Gateway but there really is no area of operation for us since the support we offer spans the entire United Kingdom. Forces4 specialise in facilities, maintenance, construction and security.
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With our vast ex- perience and knowledge we work with the top companies to unlock the vast pool of skills and experience from our service leavers that can be missed by the normal generic recruitment service. So for the employer, Forces4 will work with you to find that perfect bespoke recruitment solution.
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How lockdown made construction more attractive

The impact of coronavirus restrictions has seen this year’s Inspiring Women in Construction programme of events go digital.
Willmott Dixon managing director for the North Anthony Dillon, management trainee Lauren Barrow, and construction manager Lianne Lawson offered insight on promoting gender diversity and encouraging women to get into, and stay in, construction.

“What the pandemic has taught all of us is how quickly we can evolve and adapt to new ways of working, and I think mindset for everyone has changed,” says construction manager Lawson, who has been in the industry for 14 years following a degree in construction management.
She believes that a more agile workforce is necessary to drive women towards the sector, and that having to work from home in many cases has opened the industry up to the possibility of more flexible working conditions.

Lawson says lockdown meant caring roles, traditionally assigned to women, were shared between both genders: “It’s been more beneficial for women because everyone is more open to a greater equilibrium now. Particularly in the last six months, it’s become a male and female role to assist with childcare or look after relatives.”

Full story on our website - link in bio

How lockdown made construction more attractive

The impact of coronavirus restrictions has seen this year’s Inspiring Women in Construction programme of events go digital.
Willmott Dixon managing director for the North Anthony Dillon, management trainee Lauren Barrow, and construction manager Lianne Lawson offered insight on promoting gender diversity and encouraging women to get into, and stay in, construction.

“What the pandemic has taught all of us is how quickly we can evolve and adapt to new ways of working, and I think mindset for everyone has changed,” says construction manager Lawson, who has been in the industry for 14 years following a degree in construction management.
She believes that a more agile workforce is necessary to drive women towards the sector, and that having to work from home in many cases has opened the industry up to the possibility of more flexible working conditions.

Lawson says lockdown meant caring roles, traditionally assigned to women, were shared between both genders: “It’s been more beneficial for women because everyone is more open to a greater equilibrium now. Particularly in the last six months, it’s become a male and female role to assist with childcare or look after relatives.”

Full story on our website - link in bio
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Construction sites without the correct protection can potentially be very dangerous places, especially when it comes to head injuries.

This is why Headway – the brain injury association and leading safety manufacturer Centurion are working together to raise awareness of using and maintaining hard hats while on site.

Together, the organisations have partnered to create Hard Hat Awareness Week which runs from 21st-27th September and will see a series of activities designed to drive awareness of brain injury and encourage best practice around safety equipment.
The results of a survey conducted by the brain injury charity which explored the use of hard hats in the construction industry and understanding of concussion were published at the start of the awareness raising week.
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Full story on our website

Construction sites without the correct protection can potentially be very dangerous places, especially when it comes to head injuries.

This is why Headway – the brain injury association and leading safety manufacturer Centurion are working together to raise awareness of using and maintaining hard hats while on site.

Together, the organisations have partnered to create Hard Hat Awareness Week which runs from 21st-27th September and will see a series of activities designed to drive awareness of brain injury and encourage best practice around safety equipment.
The results of a survey conducted by the brain injury charity which explored the use of hard hats in the construction industry and understanding of concussion were published at the start of the awareness raising week.
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Full story on our website
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