As a construction company, you know that your success depends on having the right people in place. To do that, you must create a great candidate experience.
Hiring remote employees can be a great way to expand your construction company’s talent pool and increase efficiency.
With so much growth, it can be difficult to know what you're worth in the market. If you're a construction worker or job seeker, it's important to stay up-to-date on salary trends so you can ensure you're being paid fairly.
The standard performance review usually goes something like this: the boss sits down with the employee and lists all of the things the employee did wrong over the course of the year. Let's do better.
There's a lot of talk these days about salary transparency and whether or not it's a good thing. In most industries, salaries are kept hidden from employees.
The greatest mistake any firm can make is to let a high-potential (HIPO) employee resign without a proper and thorough exit interview.
Whether you're the CEO, a project manager, a site supervisor, or on your first day on the job, your ability to lead yourself will determine how likely you are to achieve your goals.
Tips For a Successful Hybrid Workplace That Gets Employees Back into the Office.
Leadership roles in the construction industry are complex undertakings, made all the more challenging because of the upfront costs and time issues associated with completing lengthy projects.
Equipment ownership can be the best choice for some construction firms. Others find that renting heavy machinery for their construction projects is a more financially sound option.