Keeping track of the time that employees have put in matters for everyone. Employees want to make sure their hours are clocked, so they get paid fair wages. Employers or HR departments need to know how much money is going out to workers, and who exactly is doing the work. In the past, this kind
According to information from the Associated General Contractors of America, there are more than 670,000 construction companies in the United States. As a small business owner, it may at times, seem as though you’re a small fish in a vast pond. You may be left continually wondering what you need to do to stand out
Today, more people than ever are accessing the internet. Not only does this allow people to remain connected to one another through social media, but it also influences their buying decisions. Consider information from Hubspot that says 97 percent of individuals search online to find a local business. As a small business owner, it’s critical
If you’re looking for ways to increase profits, one of the best ways to do so is by cutting wastefulness. Streamlining your processes and making your company operate more efficiently can go a long way towards improving your bottom line. One of the areas where construction managers are the least efficient is payroll hours. Fortunately,
After completing a survey we conducted in October, we discovered that 60% of all companies managing work site crews reported that there is a problem with jobs not being recorded correctly, resulting in a loss of revenue. Crews were being dispatched to work sites, with instruction for what needed to be completed for the day.