Construction firms face many challenges in the industry. From uneven revenue and expenses to labor shortages, it can be difficult to find solutions on your own. A labor leasing company can combat those problems and even provide ideal ways to address those problems.
When you receive a job offer, do you look at the pay or benefits first? According to Glassdoor’s 2015 Employment Confidence Survey, 60% reported that benefits and perks are a major factor when considering a job offer. While you should certainly consider pay, it’s important to consider the entire compensation package before making a decision.
The construction industry is booming and there are jobs popping up all over the place. But how do you finalize the deal? Success all depends on your construction sales techniques.
Drilling. Hammering. Sawing. Concrete Mixing. The noises on the construction site are endless. While on-site noise is inevitable, there are significant benefits to protecting your crew from hearing damage.
Keeping your crew safe is one of your most important responsibilities on the construction site. Learning how to manage your craftsmen and promote safety are the first steps to excelling in your safety performance ratings.
When you think of robots, you might think about your favorite movie. Or a technology that is far off into the future. However, robotics in the workplace is here and continues to evolve.
Raw material prices affect your construction business. Whether prices are up or down, it correlates with profit, labor costs, etc. While raw materials are not the only factor that can contribute to your bottom line, it’s definitely an important one.
Knowing when and how to protect your craftsmen will go a long way to adhering to construction site safety. While OSHA and other governing organizations gives you safety standards to live by, there are proactive safety measures you can take to go the extra mile.