In a perfect world, your manpower plan and labor partners would deliver the results you need to retain your margins and finish products on time.
Tradespeople with skills and experience
in the unique demands of your project.
Confidence that you’ve got the plan
and back-up resources to finish on time.
A proven and deep bench that supports
you throughout the entire project.
Skilled tradespeople with the experience
to support a safe work environment.
But they face the same labor shortage as the rest of the industry, and without a special focus on your project, they often deliver inexperienced and mixed-skill labor. What’s worse, they aren’t transparent about what they can actually deliver, leaving you scrambling for help.
But, they force you to compete with every project that can post a job listing and then provide unproven labor that you have to vet yourself. Often you don’t know who you’re getting until they’ve been on the job for a week.
But new projects, last-minute changes, labor shortages, high cost of maintaining incumbent workers, and painful turnover expense can bury project HR coordinators.