Women in Construction
What You Can Change to Keep Good Employees Leaving
From the website of ADP (Automatic Data Processing).
Businesses are vying for talent in a labor market that’s tighter than ever before – and expected to become even more competitive. Knowing this, employers are recognizing the increasing importance of employee engagement to limit costly turnover."...
Time to Grow Your Team, the Three Telltale Signs
By Jeff Pruitt, Chairman and CEO of Tallwave on INC.com
The fact of the matter is, to achieve growth in your business you have to grow your team. But how do you know when it's the right time to hire? Here are a few ways to tell if it's time to start lining up the interviews."
SHEBUILDS, Celebrating Women Who Build
Article from the webpage of DPR Construction.
In launching the SHEBUILDS day this year, Rebuilding Together San Francisco not only highlighted the level of need among women in the community, but also showcased the ability of women in construction and design industries to assist and empower other women in their own backyard."...
Construction Recruiting Still a Challenge
Construction Dive's Debbie Reslock talks about the challenges of finding new construction recruits.
The training programs are there, but inspiring students to go into construction is still one of the biggest battles the industry faces today."
Construction Management Student Hosts Radio Show on Women in Construction
Mary Tyler March of Construction Dive shares an interview with Stephanie Crepeau, a construction management student who hosts an internet radio show about women in construction.
I wish career and technical education programs were a staple in schools everywhere. I always believed that if you want to be a carpenter you should...
Crain's 2017 Women of Note: Halle Jones Capers
Congratulations to Halle Jones Capers, on being named one of Crain's Cleveland Business' 2017 Women of Note!
Undoubtedly, Halle has shattered many glass ceilings in the engineering field — a field that is and has always been predominantly male, especially where the leadership is concerned." -Anthony Spring,...
Crain's 2017 Women of Note: Doreen Cannon
Congratulations to Doreen Cannon, President of Plumbers Local 55, on being named one of Crain's Cleveland Business' 2017 Women of Note!
The women who really make it in this career, and who have become very successful, are women who knew and understood what it was all about." -Doreen Cannon, Plumbers Local 55...
Major Manpower Needed to Finish Arena's Renovations on time
Kyle Goon, The Salt Lake Tribune examines that the stimated the $125 million undertaking by The Okland Construction, has to be completed by Sept. 27, when the Tim McGraw and Faith Hill concert kicks off the arena's opening.
Okland estimates at least 50 different subcontractors have been hired in order to split up a massive...
CEA Members Named in 2017 Top 150 Workplaces in Cleveland
Article by the The Plain Dealer Business Staff
Workplace Dynamics has ranked the top 150 workplaces in Northeast Ohio. Based on employee nominations and surveys, this year's list includes 150 companies in three divisions (small, mid-size, large)."
From Helmets to Hard Hats, Veterans Find Careers in Construction
Mary Hui of the Washington Post interviews Bob Luckett, founder of Veteran’s Next Mission, a nonprofit that offers veterans a paid four-year training program to prepare them for a career in the construction industry.
Construction is a “very natural” transition for veterans, Luckett said, because it shares so many...