Since the Great Recession, there are nearly one million fewer construction workers. Obviously, that has a negative impact for builders looking to construct as many homes as possible in a timely and cost-effective manner. But since the number of construction jobs won’t be hitting its pre-recession totals any time soon, how can builders adjust to the current labor market so that their margins are negatively swayed? Here, find out protocols to start solving these issues and create tangible objectives to implement in your organization.

Click here to view the "Solving The Labor Crisis: A Fresh View Of A Chronic Challenge" presentation from the 2016 Housing Leadership Summit.

In the series of videos below, hear from author Barry B. LePatner and Clark Ellis, CEO of Continuum Advisory Group, on a variety of issues impacting the home building industry.

Investigating and Investing in New Technologies for Builders:

Investigating and Investing in New Technologies for Builders

Accelerating Labor Efficiencies Through Technology:

Accelerating Labor Efficiencies through Technology

Growing the Industry With Booming Populations:

Growing the Industry with Booming Populations