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The goal of most organizations is to have a robust workforce that supports the right people in the right positions and a set of systems and culture that keeps them excited to be there. However, the current reality for the construction industry is that there is not only an insufficient quantity of craft workers, supervisors, managers and staff for available positions, but also that the industry may not be appealing enough to attract and retain the younger Millennials or the upcoming Generation Z.
Webinar attendees will:
• Explore what recruiting strategies and assessments may improve your chances of initially getting the right people to your front door
• Understand what primary elements to watch for during the recruiting process to hire quality employees
• Identify the leadership styles that motivate people and create a productive environment
• Discover the common mistakes that companies may make when addressing poor employee retention
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As a senior consultant with FMI, Randy Nemchin works with clients in all construction sectors to improve company, team, and individual performance. Randy engages people at all organizational levels to implement creative solutions for stimulating maximum performance.With more than 20 years of experience in training, employee development, and process improvement, Randy applies his in-depth knowledge of human relations to enhance the overall success of organizations. His energetic classroom style, passion for the learning process, and natural sense of humor all help him create an effective adult learning environment for participants.
Randy brings a wealth of experience to assist clients with organizational structure, development and implementation of corporate universities, and progressive learning strategies.Randy draws on his experience as a certifi ed instructor in developing leaders for the U.S. Air Force. He has designed comprehensive curricula using a variety of delivery media customized to fi t the learning objectives of the target audience and the specifi c content requirements.
His knowledge of instructional systems design helps ensure that the training content matches specific client needs and that learning objectives will be realized.Randy earned a bachelor’s degree in workforce education and development from Southern Illinois University and a master’s degree in human resources from Ottawa University. He also holds the Professional in Human Resources (PHR) certification cationdesignation.
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