Strategic Hiring in 2024

Strategic Hiring in Architecture, Construction, and Engineering: Navigating the 2024 Landscape

In the world of architecture, construction, and civil engineering, the year 2024 presents a unique set of challenges and opportunities in hiring. With the insights from Deloitte’s 2024 Industry Outlook  for engineering and construction and data from the Associated Builders and Contractors (ABC)​​, let’s explore what this means for you as a hiring manager.

Overtime Overhaul: Unpacking the New DOL Proposal

The U.S. Department of Labor (DOL) has recently proposed a rulemaking change that has ruffled feathers in the construction industry and beyond. This change, concerning the Fair Labor Standards Act, seeks to adjust overtime regulations, raising eyebrows and concerns among industry leaders.

Pay Transparency in NYS: A Double-Edged Sword?

In the ever-shifting landscape of employment rights and practices, New York State has taken a step towards addressing wage disparities with the introduction of the Pay Transparency Law. While the legislation aims to promote fairness and equity, it’s essential to consider both its merits and potential challenges, especially for the construction and engineering sector.

Non traditional Work Hours

How Adopting Non-Traditional Work Hours Can Improve Employee Productivity & Morale

Companies are always looking to improve employee efficiency, so why do so many of them cling to the 8-hour workday? It all started during the Industrial Revolution when people worked up to 16 hours a day. That was unsustainable, so when a guy named Robert Owen stepped up and said, “Eight hours labor, eight hours …

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Want to Stand Out to Employers on LinkedIn? Follow These 3 Tips

LinkedIn is your resume in social media form, and ‌it’s become just as important as your paper resume. Below are a few simple updates you can make to increase page views and job offers on LinkedIn. 1. Your Profile Photo Should Look Interview-Ready Dressing to impress for an interview is obvious. What’s less obvious is …