Published date: 03/20/2018

Building better communities begins with hiring the right people. Workforce reporting empowers agencies and contractors to make the right decisions, positively impacting your community. Here are some of the many goals your city, county, or agency can achieve with effective workforce reporting:

  • Track workers across multiple agencies, contractors, and projects
  • Target local, skilled labor within cities or geographic regions
  • Measure diversity and economic inclusion in the workplace
    • (minorities, veterans, disadvantaged, and other under-represented demographics, etc.)
  • Assess worker retention rates
  • Enable manpower utilization planning for future projects
  • Estimate projected workforce supply gaps for labor requirements on upcoming jobs
  • Facilitate continued employment opportunities for laborers as projects are completed
  • Determine the success of apprenticeship programs (and track students that go into private work)
  • Evaluate success of funds allocated to specific grants and programs

All of this is possible (and more). Don’t believe us? Check out the City of Seattle’s experience with workforce reporting:

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