Tag Archives: Construction Risk Index

Changing talent strategies: The U.K. construction industry’s need to attract young workers

According to executives interviewed for the Construction Risk Index, risks associated with the megatrend ‘workforce management and talent optimisation’ combine to be the second biggest threat to construction companies over the next 10 years. The U.K. construction industry faces a … Continue reading →

Bridging global infrastructure gaps

The need for global infrastructure has reached a critical point where dramatically increased investment is needed on every continent. Yet in the near term, it’s unlikely that traditional government spending will accelerate to address the situation. Having said that, the … Continue reading →

Construction industry impacted by geopolitical and people risks

Willis Towers Watson’s 2017 Construction Risk Index has just been published, based on an extensive risk survey of 350 senior executives across the construction industry. This global research examines the impact of five global megatrends driving future developments across the … Continue reading →