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Trying to See Solutions to the Construction Industry Labor Shortage

A Sept. 22 article published in Builder magazine entitled “Home Building, Labor, and Immigration; Trying to see solutions to trade capacity constraints, beyond the headlines,” addresses causes and solutions to the ongoing labor shortage in the construction industry.  420 more words

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Dystopia U: Vanderbilt Women's Center to Lecture Men on 'Healthy Masculinities' 

Vanderbilt University’s Women’s Center will be hosting a week-long event dedicated to lecturing men about what it means to have “healthy masculinity.”

Ashley Rae Goldenberg… 447 more words


This new law in Japan is a big step forward for women managers

Japanese lawmakers have passed a law that would require large companies to publicly set goals for hiring and promoting women to managerial roles, according to a report in… 128 more words


Chipotle wants to hire 4,000 new employees in one day

Chipotle Mexican Grill Inc. is looking to hire as many as 4,000 new employees in a single day next month in one of the most jarring examples to date of how the restaurant industry is having to compete harder for workers, according to… 169 more words


Restaurants in US - The shortage of able kitchen hands

Good cooks are getting harder to come by. Not the head kitchen honchos, depicted in Food Network reality shows, who fine-tune menus and orchestrate the dinner rush, but the men and women who are fresh out of culinary school and eager. 343 more words

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Forest sector in Canada - Shortage of skilled workers union says

A shortage of skilled tradespeople could put a damper on the upswing in the forest sector, according to Unifor.

The union says steady jobs, with pay up to $42 per hour at some northwestern Ontario mills, are hard to fill because there are few qualified candidates. 130 more words

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How does Saudi Arabia deal with labor shortage crisis in construction projects?

The construction sector in Saudi Arabia is the largest and fastest growing market in the Gulf region. Ongoing construction projects in the Gulf are valued at $1.9 trillion (SR 7.1 trillion), and one-quarter of the developments are located in Saudi Arabia.  271 more words

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