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How to Escape the Resource Crunch

August 3, 2018 Catherine Mansfield

As a project manager, finding the right workers, for the right job, is one of your most important job responsibilities — a construction project is only as successful as the sum of its parts. But, finding good talent is much easier said than done. Does it ever feel like there aren’t enough good construction employee prospects? It’s not just in your head.

Call it a lull, call it a culture change, call it a lack of awareness of the job opportunities — whatever it is, people aren’t training for and seeking construction jobs as much as they used to. However, don’t call it quits. There are plenty of ways to find good construction workers as long as you know where to look and the right technologies to leverage.
You'll learn how to find qualified candidates through:
  1. Education
  2. Training
  3. Outsourcing
Learn best practices from some of the best experts in the business. You'll dive into each of these considerations to better understand how the construction industry can work with the shifting workforce trends-- not against them.
Take a look at this free ebook today to find out how you can escape the resource crunch.

About the Author

Catherine Mansfield

Catherine Mansfield is the Director of Operations for the Trimble MEP VDC Professional Services team. In this role, she works the team on business process, estimating, contracts, project management, resourcing and finances. The MEP VDC Professional Services provides a range of services — including 3D modeling, 3D coordination, fabrication and documentation as well as 3D laser scanning and scan to model.

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