Attract and retain top talent by entrusting them with the tools to succeed
We spoke to some of the top visionaries in the industry on what the future of construction looks like and identified key trends that businesses can take advantage of to stay ahead of the competition.
To get ahead of the labor shortage and skills gap, you’ll need to start looking at employee engagement differently. Some examples include involving them early, making sure they understand their role within the project and company at large, and trusting them to use tech to make efficient decisions. Hear from customers and HCSS employees on ways to empower your people.
Tom Agresta is the President of Eclipse Companies LLC, a heavy civil contractor based out of Geauga County, Ohio, just […]
Phillippe Falkner is the Safety Director and Business Services Specialist with Ed Bell Construction in Dallas, Texas. Ed Bell is […]
Tim Zeglin is the Vice President of Frontier Construction, a general contractor based in Jones Mills, Pennsylvania. They focus on […]
Mary Teichert is the President of Teichert, Inc., which is a 135-year-old contractor, regionally based out of California and Western […]
Linda Pawlak is the Vice President of Strategic Improvement for The Walbec Group. The Walbec Group family of companies is […]
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