The gig economy has a place in construction, such as the opportunity for companies "to hire the right people, for the right reasons, at the right time -- and not out of necessity," says Nick Bardall of Stout Conveyors. However, Trade Hounds co-founder Peter Maglathlin believes the gig economy is "noticeably absent" in the industry, noting that commercial construction workers often don't use traditional resumes or job-hiring websites.
Construction experts talk advantages, disadvantages of gig economy
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