Women in the Construction Industry
Women play a vital role in the construction industry and we want to celebrate, honor and continue the to put a highlight on women in the industry throughout the year.
4 Tips for Women Building Business Careers - Jeneen Marziani, Crain's
Jeneen Marziani is the Ohio market president for Bank of America. When...
4 Key Attributes That Make Up the Great Modern Leader's Mindset
By Gene Hammett, speaker, growth strategist, and host of the LeadersintheTrenches.com podcast, Inc.
Talent and hard work aren't enough to achieve success. While you can't succeed without them, ask anyone who found out the hard way that "You can do anything you want if you work hard enough" isn't true.
4 Predictions For HR And Talent Acquisition In 2019
It seems like the recruiting industry was in a constant state of change throughout 2018.
In the last 12 months, we faced an historically tight labor market, the initial impacts of Google’s entry into the talent acquisition space, and the gearing up for and the introduction of GDPR.Additionally, new...
Signs of the Times: Labor Shortages, Liability Expansions and Cyber Threats
From the pages of ENR Sections Insurance Today
Total construction spending is on the rise, the economy is growing, and the insurance and surety markets are stable and strong. The value of construction put in place in 2018 totaled $1.3 trillion, a 3.3% increase from 2017, according to the U.S. Census Bureau Statistics, and all signs...
Latino Construction Program Preps Workers to Meet Demand
Crain's Cleveland Business' government reporter, Jay Miller.
A tightening labor market for construction workers, building plans on MetroHealth's main campus on the West Side and Cleveland Mayor Frank Jackson's push to have the diversity of the city's population reflected in its employment are the forces behind a...
NYC Unions Recruiting More Women
By Construction Dive's Kim Slowey, Contributing Editor
Recruitment of women into New York City union apprenticeship programs is up 50%, according to a Commercial Observer op-ed piece penned by Kathleen Culhane, president of Nontraditional Employment for Women (NEW), and Gary LaBarbera, president of the Building and...
Latest Tech Trends, Prevailing Wages, and the Labor Shortage Q & A
LCPtracker’s CEO, Mark Douglas, did a Q&A session on the construction industry’s technology trends, prevailing wage compliance, and the future of construction. Check out what Mark had to say about the industry’s hottest topics.
Attracting and Nurturing the Next Wave of Construction Professionals
By Matt Harris, Construction Executive
Nearly a decade removed from the last major recession, construction has been booming, with unparalleled growth opportunities and innovations being realized. Yet, the construction industry is still facing a significant challenge in terms of building out skilled workforces. There are simply too many...
CEA's Panel of Women in Construction: Bringing More Women into the Sisterhood
By Montrie Rucker Adams, APR
Women’s History Month is never without its observances and celebrations. Rightly so. Women around the world are deserving as they are lauded, recognized and afforded accolades for their numerous worldwide contributions....
CBCTC Career Fair
On Thursday, March 7 the Cleveland Building and Construction Trades Council (CBCTC) held an apprenticeship fair at Max Hayes High School.
Union construction apprenticeship programs allow men and women, regardless of race, the ability to develop and hone skills needed to become a highly trained and highly skilled journeymen, while...