So, you’ve just landed your first construction job interview. Now, how do you make sure you rock the interview process and prove to your hopefully future employer that you’re the best person for the job?
Before you hire your first construction employee and grow your team, there are a few things that you need to keep in mind. There are certain steps required when implementing a successful construction hiring process.
If you are looking to get into the construction business, now is an excellent time. In this competitive industry, you’ll find yourself connecting with clients and other companies like never before. Whether you’re starting this path with a new business or as an independent contractor, there are tips and tricks you should know to help you get started. Here are 10 things to keep in mind as you work through your first year in the construction business.
The trades are a competitive industry, and it’s challenging for business owners to recruit and retain skilled professionals in today’s market. Therefore, it’s more crucial than ever to invest in your workers. After all, they’re the driving force behind your success and, without them, who knows where your business might be.
The US labor force has been steadily declining for more than ten years now. Economists say that these negative trends won’t improve anytime soon, so you must take matters into your own hands if you want to find and retain quality workers.
I sat down with Jon Paul from Superior Renovations. Him and I talked about ways we can actually do something about the skills gap. He shares his views, and ideas on what we can do in keeping craft alive. And ways to help bridge the gap between business and generations.
One of the most prominent issues facing the construction industry today is the construction labor shortage, which makes it difficult for construction companies to fill open positions for skilled laborers and finish projects as quickly as they’d like.