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, [...]
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 [...]
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 [...]
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 [...]
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. [...]
As companies work to be more inclusive and diverse in their workforces and customers that they serve - there is always room for improvement. As we all know June is [...]
Diversity and inclusion have been at the forefront of talent acquisition for the last decade, but only recently has it become an integral part of standard recruitment practices. Two of [...]
At least, that’s how many remote workers feel. Even if you sent your new remote hire a computer, branded coffee mug, and your phone number with a message that says, “Call anytime!” it’s not enough.
Giving negative feedback is a highly sought-after skill from the communication toolbox. Not everyone uses it well, and that’s why you should ask well-crafted construction interview questions.
Executive search and recruiting is a business that’s all about people and relationships. In the construction industry, talent has always been scarce - which is why creating a meaningful and [...]