Be slow to hire, quick to fire. Take your time to do your research on a new employee, make sure it is a good fit. Read more about Hire Smart
Saturday evening we watched our high school football team play in the first round of the state playoffs. Our team is ranked #3 in the state, our opponents were ranked #4. We were undefeated, they had lost one tight game to the #1 ranked team. It had all the makings of a good game, and it was.
Our all-league quarterback was out with a broken leg. One of our top runners was injured early in the first quarter. Our opponent clearly had the bigger kids on both offense and defense, and they matched our players for speed. Read more about It All Comes Down to Determination
The job superintendent or lead person should be told the number of manhours calculated for each portion of a job and the material budget for that job. Read more about Communicate the time and material budget
We are rapidly approaching the time of year when you should review and update your employee manual. Read more about Your Employee Manual -- Time to Review and Update!
I read an article in Entrepreneur Magazine titled "Freelance Nation". The author discusses the proper tax handling of subcontractors versus employees. Read more about Tax Treatment of Subs versus Employees
We hear regularly from construction business owners asking about websites. It is tough hearing the stories of what they've been through and the money they've wasted. Read more about Websites - what you don't know can cost you money