Constructech Magazine Names BirdDogHR Talent Management a Commercial Top Products Winner of 2016

Industry publication recognizes BirdDogHR Talent Management system as trusted product serving the construction industry


DES MOINES, Iowa – March 10, 2016 – BirdDogHR™, the leader in talent management solutions for the construction, engineering and skilled trades industries, today announced that Constructech magazine has named the BirdDogHR Talent Management System to the commercial Top Products of 2016 list in the trusted products category. The 2016 commercial Constructech Top Products, presented by Constructech magazine, highlights solutions that have made tremendous technological strides to help evolve the commercial building industry.

Products evaluated by the editorial team at Constructech magazine were selected based on rigorous criteria, including innovation and functionality that helps advance the technology and grow the construction market. Winning products are named as either a New Product or a Trusted Product. Trusted Products must have core technology offerings in the market for more than three years, while New Products are based on newly introduced products that have been in the market for less than two years. The BirdDogHR Talent Management System is a cloud-based solution that helps businesses to attract, engage and retain employees from hire to retire.

“The BirdDogHR Talent Management solution truly demonstrates an understanding on what the construction community needs and focuses on delivering those innovative solutions,” said Peggy Smedley, editorial director of Constructech magazine.

“It’s an honor to be recognized by Constructech magazine for the second consecutive year,” said Todd Skokan, president and CEO of BirdDogHR. “BirdDogHR’s focus is on helping the construction industry thrive through solutions that recruit, engage and retain top talent. The BirdDogHR Talent Management solution is helping the construction industry find the right candidates and improve employee engagement from onboarding to learning and then to performance management and succession planning.”