OFF-SEASON EMPLOYEE RETENTION, WILL YOU ENTERTAIN CREATIVE NEW IDEAS?

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Construction and Utility Companies, particularly in the northern climate, where they must lay off their summer employees, may have an interesting new way to retain those employees. Does your company feel the pain of hiring hourly workers at the beginning of a construction season and then having to lay them off during the winter season?…

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Concrete Facts Let’s Take A Look At Recruiting From A Different Perspective

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Are your Recruiting/Talent Acquisition practices stuck in technology with less than acceptable results? Are you listening to excuses why the best candidates are applying elsewhere, and not experiencing new and better results? Sometimes the difference is created by looking at Recruiting from a different perspective. Last July, I arrived at O.R. Tambo Airport in Johannesburg,…

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#TalentAttraction #Tuesday RECRUITING IS NOT MAGIC – RESULTS OF TALENT ATTRACTION TRANSFORMATION SEEM MAGICAL

This is the fourth quarterly Talent Attraction article for the Concrete Foundations Association’s CONCRETE FACTS magazine. As a Leading Talent Attraction Consultant, I work with many companies in varied industries. No matter the industry, the common recruiting thread is their way to source candidates. Most companies use this process – Post their open positions on…

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IS YOUR COMPANY’S PRACTICE TO PLAN FOR TOP EMPLOYEE RETENTION?

In the third of a series of quarterly magazine articles for the Concrete Foundation’s  CONCRETE FACTS magazine, we discussed Employee Retention. This is both a company culture topic and a recruiting topic. Consider, the more workers your company retains means: We discussed an important secret that almost every person looking for a new job shared…

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HOW DOES A JOB IN HIGH SCHOOL PREDICT SUCCESS WORKING FOR A CONCRETE CONTRACTOR?

This is the second Thought Leadership article written for the Concrete Foundations Association quarterly magazine, Concrete Facts. This is the Voice and Recognized Authority for the Residential Concrete Industry. Since many of the construction industry’s new employees are younger workers, this is an important conversation on how to determine which workers may have the best…

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