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What to Do Concerning the Labor Scarcity in Roofing — RoofersCoffeeShop®

February 27, 2023 at 6:00 a.m.

By Alec Doniger. 

John Kenney shares how coaching and a well-defined profession path can fill the abundance of job alternatives out there in our business. 

It’s an unlucky actuality that the workforce within the roofing business is thinning. Fewer folks immediately take into account roofing to be a viable profession choice when that is merely not the case. To learn the way we are able to come collectively and repair this, Karen Edwards interviews John Kenney of Cotney Consulting Group in a current RLW: Past the Labor Scarcity with Area Management Coaching.

John has adopted an extended lineage of members of the family who’ve been concerned in roofing. His grandfather began his personal roofing enterprise in 1922, and the household has been concerned within the business ever since. „That is in my blood,” he remarks. Over time, John has seen how the tendencies for roofing employment have modified . He gives a novel perspective on this difficulty. 

“I believe proper now [we] may put a half 1,000,000 extra folks to work all through our business,” says John.  

Nevertheless, the issue the business has retaining workers together with its ageing workforce, is contributing to the labor scarcity. The demographic that John needs to give attention to essentially the most is the group of people that go away enterprise between three to 6 months after rent.  

“Often what we hear from these employees is, ‘nicely, I do not wish to simply decide up a brush for the remainder of my profession,’ or, ‘I really feel outed on the crew,’” observes John.  

The development business should work to incentivize employees to remain, and the world at massive must be accepting of commerce professions, particularly roofing. A serious incentive for employees to remain is the existence of a “clear path” inside your organization.  

“While you’re onboarding somebody or interviewing for a job, you must be capable of inform them how your organization flows,” John explains. If corporations can totally inform potential workers about their operations, employees could have one thing to work in the direction of after they get employed.  

Hearken to the complete podcast to listen to extra options to the labor scarcity throughout the roofing business. 

Study extra about Cotney Consulting Group of their RoofersCoffeeShop® Listing or go to cotneyconsulting.com

About Alec 

Alec is a reporter for RoofersCoffeeShop, MetalCoffeeShop and AskARoofer. When he isn’t investigating the state of the roofing business, you may discover him taking part in drums along with his bands in Denver.



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