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How to jump ship so that it doesn’t come back to bite you

How to jump ship so that it doesn’t come back to bite you

The New Year is usually a time for reflection when many people consider making career moves. Finding a new position is the exciting part, but then there’s the unenviable task of resigning. If your reasons for leaving have less to do with the new opportunity and more to do with getting out of your current…

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What skills are needed to drive digital transformation in construction?

What skills are needed to drive digital transformation in construction?

It is almost as if the construction industry is scrambling to find the panacea that will turn around its fortunes. Amid all the headlines forecasting doom and gloom with regards to Brexit, and reports highlighting less than impressive output, digital transformation consistently comes up as a suggested solution to the industry’s problems. But is it?…

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Is the perfect storm building in the UK’s construction industry?

Is the perfect storm building in the UK’s construction industry?

With more than 154 000 construction workers in the UK currently from the EU (According to ONS data for the period 2014 to 2016), and 500 000 senior workers expected to retire from the industry in the next decade, the construction industry will be hard pressed to avert a skills shortage in the short and medium term….

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To rehire or not to rehire – is it a smart move?

To rehire or not to rehire – is it a smart move?

There is the belief that when an employee leaves a company it’s because they’re unhappy. While this may be true some of the time, more often people leave for other reasons such as a more senior position, a better salary or an opportunity to work with an emerging technology. This is especially true in senior…

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Do we have enough skills for the building of future infrastructure?

Do we have enough skills for the building of future infrastructure?

Recent budget announcements have supported the need for a greater investment in infrastructure in the UK. A 2015 report by PWC[i] cited that spending in UK infrastructure was likely to increase to £110bn by 2025.  While this is positive news for the industry, ensuring that funding is being made available for the infrastructure needed, the…

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