If your construction company has been managing its human capital the same way for years, you may be falling behind. Human resources and payroll matters change regularly, especially for a labor-intensive industry like construction.
One common mistake is to focus solely on federal employment and workforce regulations, when state and local jurisdictions often have their own set of unique requirements. Beyond regulatory compliance, however, construction companies need to stay on trend with the needs of a new and expanding workforce in order to be considered an employer of choice and attract top talent.
RKL’s Human Capital Management team rounded up five key areas of HR and payroll impact on the construction industry and offer questions to help builders take stock of their HR function.
Ready to build a strong foundation for workforce management? Schedule an HR assessment with RKL. Our advisors will evaluate your current state, identity priorities and develop an action plan. Use the form beneath this post or contact one of our local offices to start the conversation.
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