employee development

  • Hungry, Humble, Smart

    Hungry, Humble, Smart

    October 26, 2022

    Although higher than other generations, only 39% of millennials, those aged 25-37, hold a bachelor’s degree or higher, according to The Pew Research Center. More than 60% of the millennial workforce still received some sort of alternate training, more than likely on the job. At EV Construction, we believe in hiring character and training for success. When […]

  • The benefits of employee performance reviews

    The benefits of employee performance reviews

    July 12, 2021

    Contributed by Rachel Austin, Director of Corporate Trades for EV Construction ‘Employee Performance Reviews’ mean a lot of different things across different industries, companies and even between departments. In the worst-case scenario, this is an opportunity for the manager or employee to unload everything that’s frustrated them lately. In the best-case scenario, it’s an opportunity […]

  • Meaningful Connections

    Meaningful Connections

    December 16, 2020

    Geographical distance can, unfortunately, lend itself to social distance. Senior field manager and national general superintendent, Scott Chamberlain, shares some of his insights below on how to maintain meaningful connections. Hello up there!  Where y’all at? EV Construction has a national reach for projects; from Texas to Pennsylvania, Florida to South Dakota and many states […]

  • Am I Adding Value?

    Am I Adding Value?

    September 2, 2020

    When I was 13, I started my construction career by pushing a broom on my uncle’s residential project sites. I followed him around from job to job, cleaning and trying to make myself useful. I loved being around construction, and not wanting to seem like “a tag-along burden”, it was very important to me to […]