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Top 7 Ways Construction Leaders Can Increase Their Employee Retention Rate

Employee retention is a deep concern for any construction company. Searching and training new professional workers costs time and assets while paused long-term projects and lost productivity don’t come cheap, [...]

By |2022-09-08T23:54:41+00:00September 8th, 2022|Attract Talent, Labor Shortage, Recruiting Talent, Retain Talent|

Construction Leaders: 7 Signs You’re a Bad Boss (And How to Fix It)

The work of an entire company often depends on the loyalty and leadership qualities of the managers and executive leadership. A competent leader directs and supports the staff, while an [...]

By |2022-08-30T23:53:21+00:00August 30th, 2022|Uncategorized|

How Construction Leaders Can Be Better Interviewers

The selection process involved in hiring new talent is a long, thorough affair including choosing the main requirements needed for the role, reviewing submitted resumes, assessing candidates’ backgrounds, conducting lengthy [...]

The Differences Between Staffing Agencies and Search Firms

In the world of construction there are generally three levels of recruitment firms including labor, staffing and search. When it comes to investing and finding the best talent possible, not [...]

3 Ways Construction Firms Can Compete For Talent In Today’s Market

In the midst of the Great Resignation, construction companies must be competitive for talent. Over the last few months, candidates have become increasingly mobile, especially at companies requiring leaders to [...]

Construction Industry Retention Begins with Optimal Recruiting

The Great Resignation has impacted the construction industry more severely than many other fields. Nearly 200,000 construction workers quit their jobs each month over the final third of 2021 alone. [...]

By |2022-06-16T23:41:01+00:00June 16th, 2022|Attract Talent, Recruiting Talent, Retain Talent|

How To Build A Truly Inclusive Workforce

Leadership always starts at the top and trickles down through an organization’s culture, values, mission, and vision and is nurtured by an organization’s employees. A good CEO or senior leader will offer clear direction, advice and motivates a team, but a great leader is one who leads by example. When it comes to building an inclusive company culture - this too starts at the leadership level.

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