Fabrick industry viewpoint on change

CHANGE NOW IF YOU WANT TO SURVIVE

Posted by Fabrick on 20 October 2020

Change now if you want to survive – strong words but words that have never been so true. These were spoken by Dame

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    LET’S UNITE WORKING WOMEN!

    Posted by Fabrick on 20 October 2020

    At the age 18, do you really know what you want to be when you grow up? Back when I was a young, vibrant 18-year-old in 1999, I didn’t know what I wanted to do or be. I felt I had 2 choices - become a hairdresser or a secretary. If I only I knew what I know now, I think I would have loved to have been more involved in the construction industry… I love

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  • WELCOME TO THE WORKING MUMS CLUB - IT’S NOT 9 TO 5…

    WELCOME TO THE WORKING MUMS CLUB - IT’S NOT 9 TO 5…

    Posted by Fabrick on 21 July 2020

    I remember joining Fabrick as a single, fresh faced 20 something that had just left college with a bright future ahead of her. Roll on 18 years, I’m now reaching my 40s, married, have two beautiful children and a few wrinkles here and there.

    I have a 7 year old going on 17 and a four year old that requires a lot of mummy’s attention…and I work

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  • Covid 19 Digital Advice for companies

    What does COVID-19 mean for our online behaviour?

    Posted by Fabrick on 03 April 2020

    As the COVID-19 pandemic continues to spread over the globe, many employers are urging their staff to work from home. This increase in remote working may be supposedly temporary, but is definitely having a short-term impact on the tools we are all using to coordinate and communicate whilst our relationships with colleagues and clients becomes more virtual. Read More

  • The perfect storm - construction skills shortage

    THE SKILLS SHORTAGE - THE PERFECT STORM

    Posted by Fabrick on 26 February 2020

    Construction is facing something of a perfect storm. We have a need for more homes, there is significant investment going into major infrastructure projects, thus creating plenty of work, but we’re facing a skills shortage.

    As a sector we seem to continually fail to attract young people and with BREXIT leaving uncertainty about foreign labour, we are

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