The Definitive Event for Strategic HR Leaders Navigating the Complexities of Leading a Project Site & Remote Construction Workforce into 2022 & Beyond
LEAP HR: Construction is your best opportunity to uncover 30+ case studies of the new HR thinking that is enabling construction firms to transform the way they find, develop and retain the talent they need to drive project and business performance.
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Case studies include:
How Black & Veatch is re-imagining career pathing to create an inclusive culture on the job site and enhance engagement and retention amongst diverse craft employees
How Kiewit’s 1HR strategy is evolving in support of the business, and growing HR’s influence as a strategic business partner
How Clayco is breaking away from the status quo to embed DE&I into the heart of its wellbeing and training initiatives across all layers of the organization
How JE Dunn is flipping traditional classroom learning on its head to transform how it engages its office and field-based workforce in critical needs-based training and future career development opportunities
How Hensel Phelps is getting ahead of new expectations being set by an increasingly multi-generational workforce in a post-pandemic workplace
How Haskell is leveraging data to enable the company to re-align its strategic approach to talent development with business objectives and genuinely move the needle forward on team member engagement
How Miller Group is re-imagining communication with its field workforce to create a more inclusive culture for its unionized and non-unionized employees
How M.C Dean is revitalizing talent and leadership development to transform the impact of internal mobility and succession planning, and address the need for businesscritical skills
How Flintco is implementing alternate work programs to reduce burnout with its field employees and provide them with genuine workplace flexibility
How J.F. Brennan Company, Inc. is leveraging lessons learned from outside the industry to equip its leaders with the tools and processes they need to connect better with team members and drive more impactful career conversations
How JR Hobbs is rethinking how to approach employee engagement to drive performance, productivity, and retention on and off the jobsite
How Painters USA is building specific development pathways for its field workforce to identity emerging leaders and open up new opportunity for its people