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Construction & Workforce Management
Charles Rathmann | Technology Editor | ForConstructionPros.com
Construction job openings are up 40% from this time last year, according to the Associated General Contractors of America. Job openings in construction at the end of April totaled 494,000.
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Getting the right person on the job starts with knowing who is who. Whether your project requires a specific background check or training, digital workforce management can track certifications for your crew.
Given the ongoing labor shortage in construction, you may think your chances of finding GOAT-level equipment operators are slim to none.
McCarthy's Erica Gilliland discusses the challenges the construction industry faces in hiring and retaining craft workers and other skilled laborers, and the steps construction companies can take to not only attract but help build the talent needed.
Construction companies know that the industry’s future is digital, but there is a widespread struggle to create employee buy-in around technology solutions.
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