GHCA continues the year with lots of great events and excellent opportunities
to grow your network and reach the tools to expand your business!
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Join the Georgia Hispanic Construction Association and the Atlanta's Hockey team, the spectacular Gladiators, in a night full of intensity, energy and excitement at the Infinite Energy Arena!
You can't miss this event! Saturday, March 23th where the Marvel Superheroes will make an unforgettable appearance. Bring the whole family and get exclusive time with the Marvel Superheroes characters prior to the start of the game.
The Atlanta Gladiators, features a roster of exceptional international talent and top NHL prospects and is partnering with GHCA to support its education programs. A portion of the box office will be directed to the GHCA initiatives to develop and promote the Hispanic Construction industry throughout Georgia.
GHCA wants to express its gratitude to Improve USA, our wonderful host for our 7th anniversary event! A company deeply involved with the construction industry, whose vision will change the trajectory of plenty of businesses in Georgia! We had over 120 attendees, celebrating GHCA 7th Anniversary in the best way possible! Connecting with their peers to generate business opportunities, community outreach and a long-lasting impact in the construction industry in Georgia.
Thank you for sharing this important milestone with us!
Our first session of the GHCA Business Academy 2019 was a huge success! From the quality of the presentation imparted by Albert Assad to the participation of the attendees, it couldn't have been more productive! We are continuously searching for ways to serve our members to help them grow. Thank you Rick Baker from Merril Lynch for sponsoring this educational program! Don't miss out our next class! check out our Facebook page for more details @SOMOSGHCA
Here are a few guidelines on how to communicate a particular issue such as a safety tip or important deadline:
A few guidelines on how to communicate a particular issue such as a safety tip or important deadline:
Post the issue in a place where employees will see it several times a day, e.g., a wall-mounted display in a high-traffic area.
Keep it short, about 10-20 words.
Keep the notice up for 4-5 days. This cadence will ensure maximum absorption by employees. Then take it down so it doesn't become clutter, obscuring new postings.
If the issue is an ongoing one, post a new piece on the same subject but with a different look and feel (graphics, fonts, etc.).
While this is a simple and effective routine, many managers still have a problem doing it because it's a process that goes on forever. So I suggest looking for a workplace communications
system that automates the process for you, so you can set it and forget it.
The Ebbinghaus Forgetting Curve is a real thing that we're all susceptible to. If you need to get important stuff to your employees - and who doesn't? - be sure to take it into account and communicate frequently.