Construction business managers should have a coherent strategy for managing and leading Hispanic employees with an emphasis on understanding cultural differences
Safety on a construction job cannot be forced – you have to sell safety to your employees
The demographics in the construction industry are changing and as a construction business owner you need to take time to plan how it will affect and influence the future success of your business
When it comes to safety, sometimes you have to act your way into a new way of thinking - and that includes taking action to ensure your Spanish and non-Spanish speaking workers are working safely
Knowing and understanding what Experience Modification Rate is can help influence a culture of safety on construction jobsites
An improved understanding of cultural differences can help increase communication and safety on the jobsite
Take the time to recognize all your employees, they could help increase your business's productivity and profitability
A concept called Spanish Twins refers to words that are similar in both Spanish and English and can help with construction jobsite communication
Many Spanish words that can help you communicate on a construction jobsite are similar to the words in English
A few simple words can help start a conversation on problem solving on the jobsite.
Break the English-Spanish communication barrier to help keep Spanish-speaking workers safe on the jobsite.