KANSAS CITY, Missouri – September 10, 2015 – The Builders’ Association, Kansas City Chapter of the Associated General Contractors of America (KC AGC), and BirdDogHR™, a leader in talent management solutions for the construction, engineering and skilled trades industries, have announced a new affinity relationship to help their members find, engage, develop, and retain workers for the construction industry. This new relationship is an exclusive benefit for members of The Builders’ Association and the KC AGC, and offers an easy way for contractors to find new and existing career seekers in the construction industry.
“The demand for qualified people in construction is strong and growing,” said Don Greenwell, President of The Builders’ Association and Executive Director of the KC AGC. “During the economic downturn, a large number of people retired from the industry or left for jobs in other sectors. Business owners are staffing their projects now that the economy has improved, and this new affinity relationship can facilitate their search for well-trained office and field staff.”
“The contractors in Missouri are offering great opportunities for smart, hardworking individuals,” said Todd Skokan, President and CEO at BirdDogHR. “This comes at a time where so many college graduates aren’t finding that first job. The construction industry provides stability, growth and huge earning potential, making it an attractive landing spot for Millennials still searching for their start. BirdDogHR continues to collaborate with the Associated General Contractors of America and several state chapters like those in Missouri, helping their members not only by finding future workers, but also closing the skills gap through software and services designed to help recruit, engage, assess, develop and retain the people they need now and in the future.”
To learn more about how this new relationship can help your company find new and existing careers seekers, contact Robin Norris, Membership Manager, The Builders’ Association | Kansas City Chapter, AGC, at (816) 595-4109 or firstname.lastname@example.org.