Articles for Contractors
It happens to every business owner eventually. You think you’ve found and hired a great candidate for a key role in your organization. You start out with high hopes that they’ll settle in quickly and start contributing to projects, their department, or the company. At first..
Owning your own construction company and outperforming your competition requires that you recruit and hire talented people. They must have technical skills for their roles and provide quality work, but are also tasked with fulfilling on your company’s mission and values. In the construction industry, your workers are the face of your..
When it comes to any business, there is always room for improvement. Therefore, the need to market a company always exists. You may want to expand your current sales channels, grow your client base, or increase your market share. Maybe your sales have fallen and you need to generate more leads and opportunities. Or maybe you’re a completely new company with no existing..
Navigating the ever-changing landscape of employee benefits, administration, costs, and risk management can be daunting to even the most seasoned professional. That is why it’s essential for construction business owners to know how to choose a benefits partner that will shop the market for the most cost-effective and..
Employees are the lifeblood of every construction company. Without loyal employees, materials do not get purchased, contractors do not get hired, and buildings do not get built. We also keep hearing that we are experiencing a shortage of skilled trade workers. However, I believe this shortage is not because there are fewer workers, but an overall increase in ..
Whether you’re evaluating the performance of your current Project Managers, or looking to hire a “Star Performer” for your construction team, how do you do it? Based on over 20 years of experience in Construction Project Management, I have found the following to be the essential skills that are common among the most successful Construction Project Managers.
The Tax Cuts and Jobs Act (TCJA) has a new 20% deduction for non- C corporation businesses. It is earned at the company level and computed on the personal tax return. It applies to most construction businesses for 2018.
In this article, we explore successful incentive plans & strategies that are commonly used with Business Development and Sales professionals across the construction industry.
In this article, we explore successful incentive plans and strategies that are used with Estimators across the construction industry to ensure that they are making a positive contribution to the company.
In this article, we will explore successful incentive plans and strategies that are commonly used with Construction Project Managers across the construction industry.