For many workers, the pandemic opened their eyes to the benefits of working from home.
In this labor market, job candidates have the upper hand—and the luxury of being picky and holding out for the job and company they truly want.
The quest for quality team members in the yard and on the road continues to get more and more difficult.
With intentional commitment and conversations, you can start to eliminate the glass ceilings that are holding your company back.
I’ve been a fan of phone interviews even before the pandemic drove many tasks in the LBM world—from office work to product training—online.
Droves of long-term employees who will be retiring soon and taking a whole load of internal knowledge with them.
As you consider your open entry-level positions, whether on the floor or in the office, it’s important to keep in mind that we’ve officially moved into a new generation—the oldest members of Generation Z are now in their early 20s and represent the next crop of young hires.