Blog

20th February 2020
As we enter our second year of action, Mates in Mind remain committed to empowering employers across the construction industry to be the change that is needed the improve mental wellbeing within the sector.
12th February 2020
Reaching the finals was most definitely a goal for the team as it shows any employer you have that special edge from other graduate CVs.
30th January 2020
Apprenticeships are synonymous with the construction industry. For many CIOB members an apprenticeship will have been the starting point to their professional career and yet for many years, and for many reasons, they have fallen out of vogue. In part due to a series of different government...
24th January 2020
Any one of us can find ourselves in difficult circumstances and not know where to turn.
21st January 2020
James Perry is a Regional Risk Surveyor with Q Assure Build. He became a Chartered member of the CIOB last year and attended a graduation ceremony in November.
3rd January 2020
Our CEO looks ahead to 2020 and previews some of the activity lined up for early this year.
17th December 2019
Back in the summer I had the privilege of taking up the Presidency of the CIOB. During my inaugural address at the Members’ Forum, I announced that mental health and wellbeing are central themes for my year as President.
10th December 2019
At our Members Forum in Edinburgh a number of delegates asked us to review our presence in social media to improve engagement and empower more members to get involved. So, following the Forum we enlisted the help of a brand strategy and communications agency to undertake a full, impartial analysis...
9th December 2019
Is it me or is the impact and management of change a topic on everyone's lips, regardless of industry, size of organisation or geographical location. Maybe driven by the conversations I am often asked to be part of but ‘Change Management’ seems to both be simultaneously in favour as the next...
4th December 2019
The next general election is now just a week or so away. As the UK readies itself for its third general election since 2015, each of the main UK political parties are now in full campaign mode and have released their manifestos. We take a look at what they say about the built environment.

Pages