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.
Are you a skilled tradesman? Maybe you are a general contractor or you work in the construction industry. Either way, knowing how to read construction plans is a critical skill. This beginner’s guide will give you quick insight into how to read construction plans.
With the current labor shortage it can be a challenge to find skilled workers. Here are 5 tips to help you recruit and retain the skilled workers your construction company needs.
We (Construct-Ed) and our contributing Instructors have partnered with The Centre for Skills Development & Training, to offer their students free access to all courses on Construct-Ed for one year. The Centre is an organization in Ontario Canada dedicated to providing people with opportunities to build a better future.
The problem: our perception. The solution: our perception. In case you didn’t know, there’s a shortage of skilled labor right now. In other words, companies are saying, “Hey Millenials, we have job openings that we’re willing to pay money for!” and not enough people are taking them up on it.