Contractors Can Advance Their Recruiting Efforts with Zoe, an AI-Powered Talent Search
Recruiters in the Construction Industry Take Their Talent Acquisition Strategy to the Next Level May 26, 2022 – Pivot Workforce As we wrap up the month of May, many contractors still feel stuck celebrating Groundhog Day. The constant loop of being ghosted by candidates, offers that turn into dropouts, counter offers and then no shows. Sourcing and…Read More
Recruiting Contech Candidates: The Dos and Don’ts
Construction technology allows companies to build fast, smarter, reduce waste and increase productivity. As technology evolves, so does your workforce. The quality of your work is only as good as the team behind it. When you are hiring for con-tech roles, what are the dos and don’ts in recruiting the best candidates? Do Plan: Like…Read More
7 Mission Critical Employee Retention Strategies for Construction Companies
How Can You Retain Your Most Talented Employees in 2022? Employee retention strategies are likely to be a critical concern for many construction companies in 2022. Why? There are three primary reasons for this: The construction industry is expected to be ‘very busy’ in 2022. The industry is still suffering from a skills shortage (Associated…Read More
Top 5 Tech Trends Affecting Safety in Construction Today
The Shifting Landscape of Construction Safety Can we improve safety in construction industries? The construction industry is one of the most dangerous industries in the world. In the United States one-in-five deaths among workers occur in construction, despite only one-in-20 people working in the industry. In 2019, 9.7 of every 100,000 construction workers suffered a…Read More
Suicide Prevention Month – What Is Your Construction Business Doing?
It’s Time to Start Talking About Suicide Suicide Prevention Month should be a big topic for your construction business this September. What are you doing about it? The construction industry has the second-highest rate of suicide, according to the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) – affecting an alarming 53.3 workers per 100,000.…Read More
The Impact of Digital Disruption in Construction Jobs
The Side Effects of Advancing Technology in Construction Little need for tech skills. That was once a characteristic of construction jobs. But there’s a digital disruption reshaping the construction industry, putting technology front and center. There are plenty of reasons to get excited about what technology can do for the construction industry. To emerge as…Read More
What Skills Are Required to Land Modular Construction Jobs?
Transfer Your Skillset to a Growing and Innovative Industry Modular construction jobs are calling for skills that can be transferred from a multitude of various industries. But what skills are needed, and do you have them? Modular construction is a growing sector, and is being rapidly shaped by technology. While modular construction is forecast for…Read More
7 Construction Technology Trends to Hire For
The Construction Landscape Is Evolving Construction technology. Two words we’ll be seeing increasingly unified as the world’s rapid transformation with technology empowers the construction industry. The State of Construction Tech report by JLL pinpoints the 2020 pandemic as the accelerator of tech adoption – with three years of construction tech growth compressed into one. The…Read More
Cybersecurity in the Construction Industry – What You Need to Know
Risks, Policies, and Processes to Combat Cyberattack on Your Business As we hurtle toward greater digitalization, cybersecurity in the construction industry is becoming increasingly critical. In a sector that employs more than 9.5 million people in the United States, contributing around 4.3% of the nation’s GDP, cyberattack is a real threat. Are you at risk?…Read More
Could You Boost Your Computational Engineering Salary in Construction?
5 Strategies to Supercharge Your Earnings The average computational engineering salary in the United States is around $81,500, according to salary.com. The highest-paid computational engineers regularly earn more than $100k. Are you earning as much as you could? With the construction industry accelerating toward greater digitalization and expanding use of computerized technologies, could you boost…Read More