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[ April 12, 2022 by Stephanie Kaufman 0 Comments ]

4 effective ways to kick-start a career in construction for Gen Z

There are various pathways available for a career in construction for Gen Z. It is important for young people to know that the ‘traditional’ educational path is not the only option. Here’s how you can prepare for a career early in life.

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[ March 23, 2022 by Stephanie Kaufman 0 Comments ]

3 exciting construction podcasts to keep professionals motivated in 2022

Stay up-to-date on the construction industry news and operations whilst making your daily commute less monotonous with these 3 construction podcasts. Learn from leaders that shape the construction industry.

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[ March 15, 2022 by Stephanie Kaufman 0 Comments ]

6 top tips to help you land that lucrative job in construction

Because of the critical labor shortage, now is the right time to look into a furthering your career in construction. Here are some useful tips that will help you become a better candidate for employers and help you land that lucrative job in construction.

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[ March 9, 2022 by Stephanie Kaufman 0 Comments ]

Women in Construction Week – celebrating the growing role of women in the industry

The National Association of Women in Construction founded Women in Construction Week in 1998 to further its mission of strengthening the success of women in an underrepresented industry.

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[ February 24, 2022 by Stephanie Kaufman 0 Comments ]

4 strategies the industry needs to alleviate labor shortage and attract new talent

To solve the labor shortage, the construction industry needs to hire more women, provide more training for minority groups, recruit young talent, and change perceptions of careers in construction.

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[ February 17, 2022 by Stephanie Kaufman 0 Comments ]

Reasons why mental health should be a top priority in the workplace

Burn-out has a negative effect on a company’s bottom line, causing employees to leave their jobs or experience lower productivity. It is cost-effective for employers in the construction industry to pay attention to their employees’ mental health.

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[ February 10, 2022 by Stephanie Kaufman 0 Comments ]

4 positive changes to expect in the workplace in construction in 2022

There were 10.4 million job openings as of August 2021. With more jobs than people, companies have to shift how they attract and retain talent. Here are some of the exciting changes to look forward to in construction in 2022.

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[ January 17, 2022 by Stephanie Kaufman 0 Comments ]

Innovative Technology: How can construction bridge the skilled labor gap?

Construction is not a low-tech, manual labor field. Lack of awareness about skilled roles in construction leads many to make wrong assumptions. The use of innovative technology will help attract workers to bridge the skilled labour gap.

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[ January 6, 2022 by Stephanie Kaufman 0 Comments ]

The Rise of Women in Construction: Why we need more women in executive roles

Women are only 10.3% of people working in construction. However, new construction industry jobs are expected to balloon in 2022 and companies are looking to recruit more women in executive roles than ever.

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[ December 16, 2021 by Stephanie Kaufman 0 Comments ]

A career in construction: How to attract Gen Z into the labor market?

Labor market is struggling to find and keep workers who build careers rather than just work jobs. That’s because many young people aren’t aware of the career they could have in construction. Meanwhile, Gen Z can expect a bright future in the construction business.