It’s a Jolly Time of the Year: 5 Tips for Dealing with Construction Labor Issues During the Holidays

Construction workers

By following these best practices, you can help ensure that your team stays focused and productive, even during the busiest time of year.

December 18, 2022
Matthew DeVries - Best Practices Construction Law

It’s that time of year again – the holiday season is upon us, and for those in the construction industry, that can mean a few extra challenges when it comes to maintaining efficiency on the job site.

Here are five best practices for dealing with labor during the holiday season:

  1. Communicate early and often: Make sure to clearly communicate any changes to the schedule or workload to your team as early as possible. This will give them time to plan and prepare, and help prevent any potential issues from arising.
  2. Offer incentives: Consider offering incentives to encourage your team to stay focused and productive during the holiday season. This could be something as simple as a bonus or extra time off, or something more creative like a gift card or other prize.
  3. Stay organized: The holiday season can be a busy time, so it’s important to stay organized and on top of your schedule. This means keeping track of deadlines, delegating tasks effectively, and staying in close communication with your team.

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