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Employers must now use new I-9 Form to verify employment eligibility of new hires
If you are hiring somebody new for your construction company this year, there is now a new and revised ...
Though optimistic about 2017 demand, more U.S. contractors hobbled by skilled labor shortage
The latest construction hiring outlook from the Associated General Contractors of America contains both good news and bad. While ...
Oklahoma DOT hosts 15th annual Construction Career Day in Oklahoma City
The Oklahoma Department of Transportation’s (ODOT) Civil Rights Division recently hosted its 15th annual Construction Career Day for students ...
Construction adds 19,000 jobs in February
The U.S. construction industry continued a now 11-month-long streak of job gains in February with the addition of 19,000 ...
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Contractors tell AGC worker shortage remains their top concern despite half having already increased base pay
As we reported yesterday, a majority of construction firms in the U.S. are optimistic about 2016 volumes and plan ...
Nearly 2/3 of U.S contractors plan to hire in 2016 due to optimism in several markets, AGC study finds
The vast majority of U.S. contractors have voiced a positive outlook for 2016 and are expecting to hire more ...
Contractors mulling lawsuit against city of New Orleans over local-hiring ordinance
City officials in New Orleans are contending with the ire of both supporters and opponents of a new law ...
Palm Beach high school construction academies seek to fill Florida’s skilled worker shortage
The Palm Beach County school district has opened three construction academies that are equipping students from ninth through 12th ...
With oil field cuts increasing, Texas contractors rush to hire and recruit laid off workers
Many workers in South Texas are currently experiencing a bit of déjà vu. During the recession, the U.S. construction industry ...
Construction adds 39,000 jobs in January
U.S. construction firms added 39,000 workers during January though the industry's unemployment rate rose for a third consecutive month. The industry ...
U.S. contractors optimistic about 2015 with 80% planning to make new hires, buy new equipment
After finishing 2014 with employment at nearly a six-year high, hiring within the construction industry is expected to expand ...
Construction adds 48,000 workers in December to finish 2014 at nearly 6-year high
The construction industry added Americans to its workforce in every month of 2014, an employment streak capped by an ...
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Caterpillar will move global HQ to Deerfield, lll., beginning this year
John Deere unveils Fixstern: A lightweight vision for the backhoe of the future (VIDEO)
Ford files patent for sliding pickup bed
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Caterpillar will move global HQ to Deerfield, lll., beginning this year ...
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Kobelco launches slew of new excavators, improved models
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