I’m sure you’ve heard the saying ‘pay peanuts and you get monkeys’? Believe me. It’s true.
So true, that’s why it’s important that you pay market-related salaries which are fair and sustainable and which will attract the right people.
Our employees look around and compare their salary packages with what they can get elsewhere.
But, in this competitive world, it’s impossible to retain people solely by paying higher salaries than competitors. There’s always another contractor, desperate for good people, who will willingly pay a premium to entice skilled people for a particular project.
Therefore it’s imperative that quality candidates are attracted to the company and retained, for reasons other than salary.
How to attract good people to your construction company and keep them.
Here are some ways you can attract good people to your construction company and construction project - and most important keep them:
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