Employer Hiring & Recruitment Questions

What can an construction employer do to improve construction executive retention?





Losing valuable executive talent can be an construction employer's worst nightmare, yet few construction employers have existing retention programs to help keep their good people.

A recent survey of executive members at Construction Executive determined that executives appreciate the following benefits: casual dress code, stock options and profit sharing, tuition reimbursement, flexible hours and schedules, exercise facilities, telecommuting, mentoring programs, child care, coaching and training programs.




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