Labor Challenges: A Study of Nebraska’s Construction Industry

Posted on November 17th, 2020

Enova’s multi-dimensional, comprehensive approach to talent solutions doesn’t just happen. We invest significant resources into understanding the challenges our customers face.

Immersing Ourselves In Industry

Our active involvement in industry associations gives us a front row seat to the real life experiences and the information we need in order to first listen and understand, and then craft solutions. After decades of formal and informal research, we have become leaders in attracting, developing and retaining great talent for the construction and industrial sectors.

The infographic pictured below pulls together insights from several different sources to depict the construction labor market in the state of Nebraska.


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Experience Matters

Construction, Manufacturing and Industrial related companies are experiencing great challenges identifying, engaging, and retaining talent thanks in part to an increased gap in available skills coupled with generational changes and an evolving use of technology. The necessary talent is hard to find and requires a greater level of attention to retain.

Compounding the challenges faced by this sector, is the lack of internal HR resources or the necessary budget to create the right solutions. Enova’s customized approach can help industrial organizations spend less time with reactive HR functions and more time with proactive business solutions. Enova customers spend less time reinventing the “HR wheel” and more time investing in their core competencies and customer relationships.

Contact Enova today to get the help you need to overcome hiring, retention and training challenges.


At Enova, we are redefining the way industry attracts, engages, and develops talent.  We develop partnerships with industry to create long-term solutions.

Contact us today to learn how Enova can help enhance your processes and deliver sustainable results.

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