Inside the three phases that lead to workforce strategy success
Creating a sustainable construction workforce means much more than just finding job candidates and filling open positions. It requires defining your recruitment and retention challenges from every angle — and then devising the right solutions.
When you create a viable workforce strategy and execute on it, you also contribute an indispensable component of your company’s full strategic plan. There’s no way around it: Your vision for a comprehensive workforce strategy must align with the vision for the future of your firm.
Our workforce strategy e-book explores how you can create a viable roadmap for incorporating change in your hiring practices approaches — helping to ensure an adequate pool of talent at all levels within your firm to sustain your workforce for years to come through any economic or market conditions. Read on to understand the specific needs of the three phases underlying a comprehensive construction workforce strategy:
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Tina Nazier, MBA, CPC
As a leader in Wipfli’s Organizational Performance team, Tina Nazier focuses her talent in helping clients effectively address their strategic, people, and operational challenges. Drawing on more than 25 years of experience in strategy, leadership, professional coaching, organizational and cultural development, succession planning, change management and performance improvement, she helps executives overcome the major issues that create roadblocks to reaching their full potential.