Creating a positive work culture sounds simple in theory, but actually making and maintaining one is a different story. We’ve collected a variety of fresh ideas on how to create a positive company culture for ideal employee retention and attraction.
Regardless of the size or industry type, companies universally depend on consumers for direct business, referrals, feedback, and overall success. Customer service is imperative to businesses trying to obtain, or maintain, a loyal consumer base. When people think of the construction industry, however, customer service isn’t a primary characteristic that comes to mind.
[Infographic] The War For Talent: How Construction Companies Can Improve Their Recruiting and Retention Process
These strategies will help construction companies overcome the worker shortage crisis, take on new projects, and ultimately increase profitability. With the goal of cultivating employee excellence, many construction companies have forgotten the importance of worker satisfaction, health, and retention. The strategies above can help employers, in the midst of a worker shortage, attract prospects,…
Hazardous falls currently account for a third of fatalities at construction sites. Also the leading cause of death in the building industry, a fatal fall can shut down projects and create detrimental liabilities for businesses big and small.
In today’s overly competitive business environment, innovation is what keeps a company ahead of the competition. But, having an ingenious idea for a product or service isn’t enough if you don’t have the proper infrastructure to support it.
Your company’s brand and image are much more than a logo. It is the feel and experience potential clients expect to have with your business. Use this infographic to find out the 5 best ways to help brand your building business.