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Why Onboarding is So Important in a Construction Workplace

On-the-job safety is important in every work environment, but construction is a whole other ball game. Workers operate equipment designed to lift tons of supplies. Construction workplaces are noisy and oftentimes exposed to the outdoors.

These are just a few reasons for why onboarding is so important in a...

Why Contingency Planning is Important

No matter how well your company does talent management, there will come a time when a key employee will leave unexpectedly. Whether it’s a temporary absence, because of vacation or illness, or a permanent departure, losing a key employee can be devastating for a department or a company.

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Benefits of Workplace Diversity

The marketplace is dynamic and diverse. To keep up with it and remain profitable and successful, your work environment needs to possess those same qualities. Integrating employees from culturally diverse backgrounds empower your organization to progress alongside the market place. Unfortunately, many organizations aren’t aware of the benefits that come...

How to Retain Top Employees in the Construction Industry

How to Retain Top Employees in the Construction Industry

Employee turnover can have a negative impact on any industry, but the effects are even more harmful for construction companies and contractors. Any construction employer knows it’s a specialized industry, and a project often can’t risk losing one of its top...

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3 Things That May Be Missing From Your Onboarding Strategy

An onboarding strategy is one of the most important processes your company should adopt. For one thing, it’s your first chance as an employer to define expectations and convince new staff to become invested in your company and its work. It’s the time when new hires are supported to shift...

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How to Impress a New Hire on Their First Day

First impressions have always been important, but the first impression your new hires gets of the company will most likely determine if they continue working for you or not. According to a SHRM study , half of all senior outside hires fail within 18 months in a new position and...

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What Kind of Leader Are You?

Leadership styles of executives dictate the outcome of operational success. A positive leader engages employees and motivates them daily. A negative leader impacts turnover and leaves employees feeling defeated. What kind of leader are you?

A leader that acts as a mediator enables employees to produce their best work...

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Bridging the Gap with Learning Management

Learning management can bridge the gap between employee goals and company strategies. All employees have development opportunities and skills that they can improve. Making it easy to access a centralized learning system simplifies training processes and employees are more prepared to complete their daily tasks.

When employees are continually...

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