Company Culture in Construction – If you think it is just some buzzwords that will fade out in a couple of years and it does not apply to your construction company…you may be setting yourself up for failure. Company culture is not just for corporate cubical farms or tech companies. Your employees spend a lot […]
Times have changed. It’s not enough to hire a team of people for a job and then let them go after a project wraps up. Unlike years ago, today’s construction employee is not just in it for a paycheck — they’re looking for a viable career. But this is fantastic news!
When was the last time you had “the talk” with your loved one? Oh, wait.. not that talk… but one equally important. You probably worry most about your friend or loved one’s safety on the job – which is understandable – but something of equal significance, and often less discussed, is whether they are on […]
Retain. Retain. Retain While recruiting new workers into the construction industry is essential – equally important is offering the current workforce the training to increase upward mobility within an organization. Succession planning can be a crucial tool to promote employee growth within an organization.
If you have kids in high school, you probably have college on the brain. In fact, if we are being honest, you’re the only one thinking hardcore about their future, you’ve been doing it since they were little, you talk about it at the dinner table, and think about it at night when you can’t […]
“It’s dirty and low-paying.” “It’s unsafe and there aren’t any benefits.” “It’s unstable.” These are just a few of the words and phrases used to describe the construction industry, and for good reason. For far too many years those entering the profession were treated as permanent entry-level workers in unsafe environments with no ability to make […]