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So many jobs are available in the construction industry that are of major importance, and the contractor often must turn to recruiters or staffing companies to fill the work team. If the employers have not prepared themselves with a full crew, the potential for a work delay is a possibility. No builder wants to be burdened with delays, but sometimes they are inevitable. If your contracts were done correctly the stipulation regarding delays cover and protect the builder against delays caused by a short staff, weather or material delivery delays.
Depending on the part of the country you are located; weather is often one of the most difficult factors to predict when it comes to planning. Jobs available in the construction industry often follow severe weather. These gypsies follow the hail and severe weather that is often a cause of delays to other parts of the construction industry. No part of construction industry is immune from problems that cause delays. In some parts of the nation the unions, will from time to time be responsible for delays. These delays are always part of the paper work.
Every legal department in any large construction company has the protocol information in place to work through work stoppages brought on by unions. Every delay is costly but work stoppage by grievance is always a possibility that has a multiplier that in the end is the responsibility of the entity that is having the construction done. Many states are “”right to work states”"; many workers choose to work in one of these states. This assures this part of the work force that labor issues won’t be a reason for delays. Jobs in the construction industry are stable if the delay factor can be marginalized to keep men working.
So many times supply chain logistics go awry due to miss-manufactured or shipments that are incomplete. This delay is the responsibility of the parts provider. And as with all delays, they are penalized by contract. But the delay is still a problem that increases the time to completion. The effect on labor, if not dealt with early, can cost the employer in more ways than one. Workers won’t stay around long if the delay results in a loss on the pay check. After all, they aren’t responsible for company Y not delivering parts on time to company Z. If a delay is imminent, the work force may go else where to seek reliable work not dealt a bad hand by delays.
Jobs in the construction industry are good paying jobs to be proud of. Many Americans give their all in skill and talent to build our country. Delays that involve nature are over looked or at least tolerated, but jobs in the construction industry that are dealt blows of a political or labor issue, unions, send the workers to “”right to work”" states and this delay can be more than catastrophic when it comes to the overall subject of delay.