Work/Life Balance

What Draws Young Adults to the Construction Trades?

Filed in Economics, Work/Life Balance by on April 21, 2017 1 Comment
What Draws Young Adults to the Construction Trades?

Most young adults between the ages of 18 to 25 say the two most important benefits of a career in the construction trades are good pay (80%) and learning useful skills (74%), according to a recent poll conducted by NAHB to determine how this age group feels about a career in the construction trades.

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3 Ways to Make it Home in Time for Dinner

Filed in Business Management, Work/Life Balance by on February 23, 2017 1 Comment
3 Ways to Make it Home in Time for Dinner

If you’ve ever wondered what work/life balance looks like because you’ve been chasing it for so long and still haven’t caught up with it, don’t worry. Amy O’ Connor, a sales training consultant for Shore Consulting, said the concept of work/life balance is a big whopping fantasy.

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5 Tips to Avoiding Building Burnout

Filed in Work/Life Balance by on July 7, 2016 1 Comment
5 Tips to Avoiding Building Burnout

These tips could inspire a more manageable work/life balance for you and your employees.

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