Home Construction Managers: Improve Your Project Communication, Improve Your Bottom Line Construction managers: Poor communication causes rework, cost overruns, delays, and unhappy stakeholders. Improving communication can improve your bottom line. Poor communication is a leading cause of conflict in the construction industry. According to Project Management Institute (PMI) research, as much as $75 million of every […]
By most accounts, the skilled labor shortage won’t be leaving the construction industry any time soon. According to a recent Commercial Observer article, the worker shortage may only worsen, especially if any infrastructure projects kick off any time soon. The labor deficit in construction has been building over many years, and it will take time to mitigate. On top of the spiraling labor challenges, burnout is a real consideration for the people you already have in place.
So, as a construction business owner, you must always find ways to be the most productive with the people you have. And if you do manage to attract new talent to fill vital roles, those new team members need to be effective as rapidly as possible. Fortunately, you can take some simple steps to make onboarding new workers less time-consuming and reduce training costs.