As a small business construction owner, one of your most primary concerns is the safety of your employees. According to the United States Department of Labor, employers in the United States pay nearly $1 billion per week in direct workers’
As a small business construction owner, one of the things that could cause you the most trouble is payroll. In fact, according to Zenefits, 82 million employees in the United States are affected by payroll problems. If you find that
As a small business owner looking to grow your company, every penny matters. You should be paying careful attention to your cash flow, which is vital to your construction business. Cash flow provides a clear look at the financial health
Even if you hire the best construction workers, keeping them busy could easily result in fatigue, both physically and mentally. Studies have found that worker fatigue has a severe impact on their physical and cognitive abilities. As a construction manager,
As a small business owner, you may have been set in your ways for a long time. If you've recently decided that it’s time to move your business into the 21st century, you may be noticing some employee resistance and
Fraud is one of the biggest issues that plagues the construction industry. A 2017 Kroll report found that more than 80 percent of those in the construction sector were victims of fraud at least once during the prior 12 months.