Almost 50 percent of construction workers consider changing jobs in 2014
Almost 47 percent of all workers in the construction, engineering and built environment industries plan to look for jobs in other companies over the course of 2014, a new market research report has revealed.
Research carried out by CareerStructure.com suggests that over 58% of all employees contemplating the idea of changing employers are unhappy with their current salary and are looking for better pay. Additionally, the report also suggested that 60% of workers in the industry are unhappy with their current employee benefits, with 59% believing they would have better promotion prospects elsewhere.
A better pay package was the main driver for people looking to move, with close to 63% of employees asked quoting this as the thing they were looking to improve in a new role. The next biggest factor was job security at 57%.
Given the nature of the findings published in the aforementioned report, British companies involved in the construction segment should seriously consider the implementation of a very solid and reliable time and attendance and access control system, designed specifically to help them keep tabs on their workers’ activity and also integrate the workers’ CSCS cards.
The Tensor WinTA.NET Time and Attendance solution will make staff management a much easier and more streamlined process. The platform supplies and extensive level of functionality, from simple clocking when arriving on site to complex operations, such as specific job costings and export to payroll features.
Additionally, Tensor plc supplies a very versatile access control solution for companies actively involved in the construction segment. Construction workers and other people who hold a CSCS card can use their existing card to clock onto a Tensor Time & Attendance system and/or gain access to a construction site or similar, or use the CSCS card to gain access through turnstiles or car park barriers.