The £17.8 million investment will help to support employers in training and retraining more skilled workers to help the industry face the skills challenges
Employers in the construction industry should treat employee relationships as they would a building project – the contract must be designed to specification, the foundations laid, walls built and each relationship maintained to avoid damage and the need for restoration, says Charles Urquhart, partner, Clyde & Co.
Surveys show that 85% of people that work in the construction industry would recommend a career in construction to young people – so, what’s going wrong?
It is hoped that the pay increase will help encourage tradespeople to remain in the industry at a time when the current political uncertainty and drops in construction output are affecting confidence in the industry
Roofing and cladding teams will do their bit to tackle plastic pollution while they celebrate owning shares in a local construction company