Eric Montes de Oca

  • How to Deal With a Skilled Labor Shortage: A Lesson From Miami

    The Latin Builders Association created a charter school where students are trained in construction and engineering. LBA President Eric Montes de Oca explains how the project evolved and how the challenge in finding qualified workers impacts smaller companies.

    Miami 24 January 2018 21:21

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