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Motivating Craft Workers. How to create willing workers Author: Ellery C. Berryhill Presented by: Nicolas Lescouet. Background. Article published in 2005. Many companies suffered a shortage in craft workers: Industry produced 50,000 trained workers for a need of 240,000 workers each year.

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motivating craft workers

Motivating Craft Workers

How to create willing workers

Author: Ellery C. Berryhill

Presented by: Nicolas Lescouet

background
Background
  • Article published in 2005.
  • Many companies suffered a shortage in craft workers:
    • Industry produced 50,000 trained workers for a need of 240,000 workers each year.
  • Average age of a skilled worker leaving the industry was 33.
  • Many workers saw their jobs as temporary pay options, and not the start of their careers.
why workers left their jobs
Why workers left their jobs?
  • Many workers consider leaving a job for reasons other than compensation:
    • Inadequate supplies and material to get the job done properly.
    • Project confusion by managers.
    • Little communication with laborers.
    • Lots of downtime.
    • Disrespectful treatment.
    • Restrictive regulations.
how to stop the hemorrhage
How to stop the hemorrhage?
  • Get your job site organized and efficient.
  • How to do it? Here are the 6 main tips:
    • Orientation
    • Recognition/Rewards
    • Training
    • Multitasking
    • Retention Bonuses
    • Employees Consideration
orientation
Orientation
  • Say the employee how he personally affect the project as a whole.
recognition rewards
Recognition/Rewards
  • Acknowledge employees with special recognition and rewards to develop their loyalty toward your company.
training
Training
  • Train individuals for a particular career path in order to make them feel they can progress in their work and experience.
multitasking
Multitasking
  • New concept allowing eager employees to be train and to contribute into several areas outside of their primary craft.
retention bonuses
Retention Bonuses
  • Set up incentive programs:
    • Example: $1 bonus per hour worked on the project if the employee stays until the project is completed.
employees consideration
Employees Consideration
  • Always request and act upon employee feedback!
  • Schedule morning planning meetings among task teams.
thank you for listening
Thank you for listening!

“Basically, people just want to be treated fairly – as more than just a guy with a shovel.”

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