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Creating a culture of transparency with digital technology

17 Oct 2019
Skills Hub
Skills & Training
The construction industry is facing clear talent shortages, as businesses struggle to recruit for one in three skilled roles. That means it’s incredibly important for firms to engage the employees that they have, and ensure that they are motivated and empowered to deliver high quality work on the jobsite. But often construction businesses can be hindered by a divide between the head office and the jobsite, caused by challenges with communication. This can lead to issues with the build, problems with client relationships and even the loss of revenue. Kyle Spiller will explain how specialist contractor SAM Drylining has used on-site digital tools to create a culture of transparency, improve staff engagement and even set new standards for quality in the business. By improving information sharing, construction businesses can bridge the divide between the jobsite and the head office, to deliver greater productivity and create a more unified culture.

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