We’ve launched Employment Dates to give you the ability to set hire and termination dates, as well as periods of unavailability for team members that can’t be allocated to projects for an extended period of time.
The construction industry is no stranger to resource planning, but it tends to have multiple meanings depending on which general contractor you’re talking to. For some, types of resources might include machinery and equipment, while for others resource means strictly their workforce. In fact, we recently ran a survey with general contractors to gain some insight into what they were searching online when looking for tools to manage their workforce allocations.
It’s inevitable that at some point you’re going to encounter times when individuals, and maybe even your whole team, are unable to physically attend your manpower meetings. The good news is that we live in a time when technology and cloud-based software solutions have improved our ability to meet with team members remotely.
Bridgit Bench has launched robust filtering that can now be leveraged when allocating a person to a project. You can now filter by any custom people field, here is quick walkthrough of the allocation filtering to help improve your construction workforce planning.
Workforce planning is a key element to any business, but yet many people don’t even know what it is! If you don’t know what strategic workforce planning is and, therefore, aren’t using it in your business – you are seriously missing out. In a world where profit and efficiency are critical to a construction company, you obviously want to do everything you can to maximize these and grow your business in the future.
In a five-season career with the Toronto Argonauts (1982-86), Bronk won a championship in 1983 and was named an All-Star in 1985. In the years that followed, he moved from the gridiron to the executive arena. Since October 2017, he has been the CEO of the Ontario Construction Secretariat (OCS).
If you are new to the world of human resources or even business in general, you might not know much about resource management (or project management), what it is, and why it’s important for every company to utilize. While the term might seem a little bit vague and undefined, resource management is actually pretty easy to understand.
Until this season, only seven players had scored over 700 goals in NHL history, fittingly, they are joined by No. 8. With every shot that Alex Ovechkin rips past a hapless goalie, he climbs higher in the record books and breaths life into the legacy of prolific players that have come before him, as well as the ones that lie ahead.
12 seasons and 1 Stanley Cup Final appearance later, Kevin Weekes hung up his pads in 2009. Not yet 35, retirement wasn’t going to be filled with golf and lazy weekends at the cottage, Weekes was set on his building his brand from the broadcast booth to the boutique. Bridgit recently spoke with Weekes about his business interests and motivations.
Workforce management is a complex aspect of human resources that works to ensure that a company has the necessary team members doing the right things at the right time. The main point of workforce management is to increase the productivity and efficiency of your employees and ensure that they aren’t wasting time on time-consuming tasks that can be automated or streamlined.