STRUXI Blog: Labor Productivity

Can You Improve Your Construction Company's Labor Productivity? Yes!

Measuring construction productivity, as you know, involves calculating how much work is being done in any time frame versus how much you expect to be done. The more your crews and..

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How to Conduct Productivity Analysis in Construction

Now that some of the stumbling blocks to peak productivity have been explored, it’s time to learn how to measure and track productivity on all projects. Measuring labor..

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Identifying Productivity Issues in the Construction Industry

Construction in all forms employs about 7% of the world’s workers – that’s a lot of people! It’s a $10 TRILLION chunk of the global economy. But it’s also one of the least evolved..

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How to Improve Construction Productivity: Measuring is Key

Every major industry has dozens of governing bodies and expert groups represented by long and forgettable acronyms. Newsflash, the construction industry is not an exception. The..

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Construction Productivity: Why Daily Production Tracking is Beneficial

Are you still tracking production quantities on a weekly basis? Entering production quantities on a daily basis helps project managers complete their projects on time and avoid..

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Construction worker with technology and tracking background.

Why GPS Tracking Your Workers’ Phone Is A Bad Idea

Some construction companies are opting to use time-tracking apps that use GPS on workers' phones to improve time-sheet accuracy in their accounting software. (This is also related..

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Is Geofencing a good idea?

Is Geofencing Necessary for Time Tracking in Construction?

One of the latest HR software products to hit the construction industry is a product that helps track the work hours of employees by using geofencing. At this point, you’re..

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Construction Hard Hats

The Secret to Beating Construction Labor and Materials Shortages

We hear it all the time: “We have more projects than we can get to.” “We don’t have enough boots on the ground to get the jobs done.” “We can’t take on more work because we’re..

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