Jamie Harris speaks to three firms that are tackling the digital revolution and the skills crisis through digital upskilling – so staff don’t fall behind the times
Jamie Harris asks professionals who have relocated for work for some practical advice on anyone contemplating doing the same
Read more profiles of construction professionals who have made the move away from the UK
Building also spoke with David Carey at Turner & Townsend, who supports the firm’s staff making overseas transfers, to find out about the employer’s role. What support should the employers give, and which areas are better left for the individual to sort?
Jamie Harris speaks to more professionals across the sector who have changed disciplines
Jamie Harris speaks to professionals across the sector who have changed disciplines
Not all discrimination is deliberate – sometimes we all fall back on our unconscious biases, assumptions and stereotypes
While a great deal of focus is placed on encouraging people to become apprentices, less stress is put on actually retaining them once they join schemes
Clients, architects and contractors all view construction projects very differently. But does that perspective change when you cross over to a different part of the industry?
More and more construction employers are pledging to ensure that 5% of their workforce are supported through some form of apprenticeship, graduate or development programme
Making a change and pursuing a new career path can be daunting. How open is the construction industry to new recruits who have little or no sector-specific experience?
An ageing workforce, many members of whom are considering retiring, is one of the major issues contributing to the construction industry’s current skills crisis
On International Women in Engineering Day, a female project team from LSE’s Centre Buildings Redevelopment tell their story
Volunteering your professional skills can lead to job satisfaction, improved skillset and an open outlook
Strong hiring intentions and employee caution post the Brexit vote mean those prepared to move jobs could be richly rewarded - as may firms prepared to be aggressive in sourcing new hires
Industry gives a mixed reaction to the government’s latest technical training initiative
As the government’s new apprenticeship levy kicks big questions remain over how it will work
Mentoring is touted as an effective way to help employees starting off in their careers to work their way up the ladder. So what do those who have signed up to be mentored get out of it? Yoosof Farah asked three of them
An ever-dwindling workforce means the built environment is in dire need of fresh blood. So what improvements are this year’s top 50 employers making to retain staff and entice new recruits?