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What is your construction company worth?

Every construction company has at least two kinds of value: personal value, or what the business is worth to the owner, and transferable value, or what the business is worth to others. To [...]

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Social media success: 5 principals for contractors | H.O.M.E.S.

Is your company using social media to its advantage? Learn how to grow your business through different social media techniques.

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8 Potential Ugly Scenarios For Companies Without Employee Handbooks

Companies I work with often ask themselves, "Why should I have an employee handbook?" When I hear this, I know they are looking at the handbook as a potential enemy. "It will confine me in my [...]

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Business Continuity And Perpetuation – Get With The Plan!

Type-A. Entrepreneurial. Driven. Innovative. Tireless. Sound familiar? Contractors are planners by nature. Most company principals have worked their entire professional lives to build and grow [...]

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3M Issues DO NOT USE Recall Notice for Specific Fall Protection Lifeline Devices

RED WING, MN — 3M Fall Protection announces an immediate stop use and product recall of the 3M™ DBI-SALA® Nano-Lok™ edge and Wrap Back Twin-Leg Self Retracting Lifelines.

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SEO Tips for Contractors

We’ll answer questions about SEO in this article in non-tech terms, so you’ll better understand the concepts and how they affect your online marketing.

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Ten Social Media Tips for Contractors

 In a recent ABC of Wisconsin Marketing & Business Development presentation, Laura Monagle and Michael Bonin of Affirm joined Michele Loppnow from ESI group USA to provide some insight on social [...]

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How to Avoid a Bad Driver’s Impact on your Fleet’s Auto Insurance

Despite record low unemployment, you finally hired one – a diamond in the ruff. After a 16-hour shift on-the-road, his only question at the end of the day was, “What’s next?” Things are going so [...]

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How To Avoid Common Compliance Oversights In Construction Contracts

Construction contracts can contain pages and pages of requirements, with issues ranging from labor and safety practices to minimum liability coverages and more. A contract is primarily [...]

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Targeting the “Independent Contractor”

Despite record low unemployment, you finally hired one – a diamond in the ruff. After a 16-hour shift on-the-road, his only question at the end of the day was, “What’s next?” Things are going so [...]