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No one likes having to let a good employee go. As a business owner, you understand the responsibility you have to the families of all of your employees. More than most industries, construction companies often develop a family-like culture.

At least misery loves company. It’s rare to find someone who actually enjoys a workday clogged with meetings — partly because we’re conditioned to hate them, according to organizational psychologist Joseph Allen, and partly because so many of them are just plain bad.

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Construction Downturn Strategies - Part III: Internal Resources

In our first article on Construction Downturn Strategies we looked at External factors and how you can position your service offerings to weather a downturn. Our second article discussed financial strategies to make your business healthier and better able to withstand a drastic reduction in revenue. In this third installment we will explore how to evaluate your internal resources as an exercise in measuring return on investment and preparing to make difficult decisions.

If having put cash aside and diversifying your business isn’t enough to weather a downturn and you need to look to reduce payroll, you should have a plan that ensures the company will still be able to function at a high level.

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