construction workforce management

5 benefits of strategic workforce planning meetings in construction

Here is what you need to know about why workforce planning is important, why you should book meetings planned around it, its goals, and its benefits.

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Why you should look ahead when managing your resources

With a reduced workforce, the construction industry is constantly faced with the challenge of doing more with less. Being able to recognize when it’s time to take on new projects (or when it’s time to expand your team) is paramount for thriving in an increasingly competitive industry. 

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10 Reasons for cost overruns in construction projects

10 Reasons for cost overruns in construction projects

Cost overruns in construction projects can destroy profit margins and even put smaller companies out of business. Here are some common reasons for cost overruns.

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What is a Gantt chart and why is it important?

What is a Gantt chart and why is it important?

What is a Gantt chart and why is it important? Learn more about this construction scheduling tool and why it’s so popular.

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10 Tips for improving labour management in construction

10 tips for improving labour management in construction

Labour management in construction is crucial for ensuring projects get done safely and efficiently. Here are some tips for improving your labour management.

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10 Tips for construction labor tracking and staff management

Construction labor tracking is essential for success in the industry. Here are some tips to make your data work for you.

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What is your workforce utilization rate telling you?

One of the biggest struggles in construction workforce planning is keeping teams working at capacity, or fully utilizing their time. If a team member isn’t being utilized, they’re essentially “on the bench” and waiting to get in the game. Having team members on the bench creates an overhead cost that will negatively impact your bottom line. If you’re looking to effectively manage your workforce capacity, it’s critical to calculate and understand your workforce utilization rate.

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4 Ways to gain greater insight using construction workforce planning data

Without question, construction generates a lot of data. In the past, the bulk of that data would be project specific and stored on paper, whiteboards, and spreadsheets. Once the project was completed, that data would often be filed away, moved to a “completed projects” spreadsheet, or worst case scenario – deleted. In most of those instances the historical data would never be seen again.

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