THE GREAT REGRESSION’S IMPACT ON CONSTRUCTION TRAINING PROGRAMS: MULTI-LEVEL ANALYSES OF RECRUITING & RETENTION CONCEPTS
The intent of this practitioner-based research study is to determine if there is a difference in the attitudes of construction industry professionals—at local and international levels—towards various training-related recruiting and retention concepts. In light of the global economic malaise, training programs are being held to higher standards and, thusly, different metrics than in the past. In today’s environment, outcomes-based designs (versus outputs-based) have gained attention from both private and public funders of such training programs. Thusly, programs must adapt to the needs of the industry rather than rely on outdated materials and methods. To this end, a survey was designed to capture responses from construction industry professionals at the local, national, and international levels. Results were initially analyzed utilizing the FIG model and, finally, using the T-test for independent samples to compare means at local and international levels.
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