Category: Staffing

Diesel, Lumber, And The State Of Staffing – December 26, 2017

The weekly changes in the price of diesel and lumber give a quick snapshot into the state of staffing in the construction and distribution industries.   Diesel Price Tracker National Average Price Per Gallon: $2.903 Global oil prices fell today after hitting a two-and-a-half year high. Libya lost around 90,000 barrels per day of crude …

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Diesel, Lumber, And The State Of Staffing – December 19, 2017

The weekly changes in the price of diesel and lumber give a quick snapshot into the state of staffing in the construction and distribution industries.   Diesel Price Tracker National Average Price Per Gallon: $2.901 Global oil prices rose to $64 per barrel due to supply disruptions in Europe. But petroleum output in the United …

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Diesel, Lumber, And The State Of Staffing – December 12, 2017

The weekly changes in the price of diesel and lumber give a quick snapshot into the state of staffing in the construction and distribution industries.   Diesel Price Tracker National Average Price Per Gallon: $2.910 Globally, oil prices have jumped to their highest level in more than two years. High prices in Europe are the …

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Construction And Gender-Based Harassment

There’s been a lot of national soul-searching in recent months over gender-based harassment and misconduct in the workplace. Almost every day another news story breaks about accusations against a high-profile figure in entertainment or politics. But this issue is a far-reaching one that affects all industries. Including construction.   Harassment In Construction Women make up …

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Diesel, Lumber, And The State Of Staffing – December 5, 2017

The weekly changes in the price of diesel and lumber give a quick snapshot into the state of staffing in the construction and distribution industries.   Diesel Price Tracker National Average Price Per Gallon: $2.922 As anticipated, OPEC confirmed this week that it will cut oil production through the end of 2018. This caused forecasters …

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