“A new survey from ResumeBuilder.com finds more than two-thirds of hiring managers say they are more likely to hire someone who has been vaccinated against COVID-19 — and about a third say they will automatically toss out resumes that don’t include an applicant’s vaccination status.
Overall, about 33% of hiring managers said they will eliminate applicants who don’t include a vaccination status when submitting a resume. Another 32% of hiring managers said they won’t automatically toss resumes without a status listed but said vaccinated applicants are given priority. Another 35% of hiring managers said they don’t automatically eliminate resumes without a vaccination status.”
To read the full details on the survey, click here: https://wtop.com/business-finance/2021/09/covid-19-vax-status-on-resumes-some-hiring-managers-say-they-toss-resumes-that-dont-have-it/
Many of the Biden Administration’s economic relief programs expire Monday September 7th, 2021, leaving only a few support programs to aid the jobless. It has been estimated that as many as 8.9MM Americans will lose all or a large portion of their economic aid, which should certainly help boost participation in the work force.
For the entire article please click this link: https://apnews.com/article/business-health-coronavirus-pandemic-d26b7c5ecd26f732283c7f23f1956e32
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Trade shows and conferences provide contractors with an effective means of learning about new technologies and ways of doing business. Last year, however, many events were forced entirely online because of the coronavirus pandemic. Now, with vaccinations being rolled out across the U.S. and case numbers decreasing, conferences are returning to their in-person roots. Follow this link to see a full list of construction related conferences through 2022. https://www.constructiondive.com/news/construction-industry-conferences/603494/
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A recent report from CBRE suggests that the United States will need to add an additional 330MM square feet of industrial warehouse space, dedicated to online fulfillment, by 2025 to keep up with a 26% increase in e-commerce sales. Vacancy rates have been low across the country for industrial real estate space, however companies can expect to pay 25% more to build the new spaces that are desperately needed.
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In July, “The Money Machine,” a documentary show dedicated to showcasing the benefits of working in the trades as potential career paths for young people, will begin airing on platform JUL-TV. The channel, which is available on Roku devices, Apple TV, Amazon Firestick and similar devices, will air one episode a week, with eight confirmed episodes and a chance to produce more, Tom Julian, president of JUL-TV told Construction Dive.
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According to the EEOC, employers can ask prospective employees if they have received the covid vaccine prior to making them a job offer. Employers can also require current and prospective employees to get the covid vaccine to work at their company, with a few exceptions.
We found a great article that lays it out well; click here- https://www.shrm.org/resourcesandtools/legal-and-compliance/employment-law/pages/coronavirus-can-employers-ask-applicants-about-vaccination.aspx
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The future of construction looks bright and industry momentum sits at a 12 year high, according to the Dodge Momentum Index. With contractors facing unprecedented cost increases, supply chain disruptions, and worker shortages- how companies will approach the coming growth is still uncertain. From our perspective, we feel unemployment benefits need to start getting peeled back. Contractors need to get aggressive with hiring and be ready to train younger and/or new talent looking to return to the workforce as the pandemic wanes.
“The fact that employment has stalled — despite strong demand for new homes, remodeling of all types and selected categories of nonresidential projects — suggests that contractors can’t get either the materials or the workers they need,” Simonson said.
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“Regardless of which plan we go with here, the Republican plan, our baseline forecast or the American Jobs Plan, there’s a huge step [up] here for road and bridge construction over the coming five years,” Branch said on a webinar this week. He added that the environmental public works sector, which includes water infrastructure, sewers, dams and reclamation projects, would also see “a huge improvement over current funding assumptions” under any of the three scenarios.
Read the full article here: https://www.constructiondive.com/news/road-builders-to-benefit-the-most-from-an-infrastructure-deal-economist-sa/599259/
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“The skilled trades are in dire need of workers right now, with a particularly high demand for apprentice-level and skilled labor positions. These are steady, well-paying jobs that hold a bright future, even in an unpredictable economic climate,” said Jill Quinn, executive leader of PeopleReady Skilled Trades. “For the millions of Americans who are struggling in their job hunt right now, our message is simple: Consider a career in the skilled trades.”
To read the full article, click here: https://finance.yahoo.com/news/u-skilled-trades-labor-shortage-100000755.html
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