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2 Tips for Managing Labor Risk: Focus on “The People Side” and Plan Using CLMA® Data

Becoming an employer of choice is critical to attracting and retaining the most qualified and skilled craft labor force for your construction projects. Scott Marshall, Vice President of Global Human Resources at Jacobs, notes that …

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Training Today Will Help Lessen Labor Risk Tomorrow

The good news is that the pace of construction work all over the United States has taken a remarkable turn for the better. The bad news, according to Kevin Hilton, Chief Executive Officer of IMPACT, …

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Building Partnerships Key to Building the Workforce

Mathew R. Daniel has one piece of advice for the non-believers: Don’t wait for the flood to start building an ark. In this case, the non-believers are those who don’t think there is a workforce …

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Industry Collaboration Helps Owners Lessen Skilled Labor Shortage Risk

Collaboration between industry partners is crucial if owners, contractors, regional labor organizations and associations want to mitigate the skilled labor shortage. Chris Affuso, Associate Director at Praxair, Inc. in Tonawanda, New York, and Co-Chairman of …

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Armed with Latest Skilled Labor Risk Predictions, Louisiana Takes Action

Five million is a lot of almost anything. Five million dollars in the bank means a very comfortable life. Five million albums sold rockets an artist to multi-platinum status. Five million views on YouTube…well that …

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Plan for Skilled Labor Needs While There’s Time

Andy McNeil knows a thing or two about workforce development. As co-chairman of CURT’s Workforce Development and Industrial Relations Committee, he attends most committee meetings and regularly hears firsthand the effect skilled labor shortages are …

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Take Action Early to Avoid Labor Risk and Uncertainty

If you’ve been to a Construction Users Roundtable (CURT) event in the past five years, chances are good that you have seen, or even met, Tracy Koss. He is a regular at the National Conference, …

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Show the Next Generation that Skilled Construction Positions are a Great Career Path

The good news is that construction firms are experiencing growing demand in 2014. According to a June 2, 2014 report by the U.S. Census Bureau, April was the second consecutive month during which non-residential construction …

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Understand Your Project’s Competitive Environment and Anticipate Labor Challenges

When you think petrochemical company, chances are, you think of Shell. Over 90,000 employees in more than 70 countries around the world are employed at Shell operations, which include 30+ existing refineries and chemical plants. …

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Construction Labor Market Analyzer | Daniel Groves | Louisiana Business & Industry Show

2014May29 – As the U.S. economy continues to rebound, and as we see the almost daily announcements of new projects coming to Louisiana, a critical issue is our ability to project the supply and demand of …

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