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Be careful when hiring teenagers to work for your company after school and during the summer months.
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With winter weather here, the dangers faced by construction workers increases dramatically. Not only can bitter-cold conditions contribute to accidents and injuries, they may result in hypothermia or other serious health issues.
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Chances are, your construction business hires subcontractors, rather than employees, to perform some of the work. These arrangements obviously save your company a lot of time, money and headaches.
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Everyone struggles to keep up when business really takes off. Projects come all at once. You may hire additional field workers to meet the demand. Payroll is stretched because payments which come in on your new projects lag months behind the large sums you lay out weekly to pay your workers.
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The IRS continues to zero in on what it calls the "tax gap" — the amount between the taxes that are voluntarily paid and the amount the tax agency believes is actually due.
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If you're operating a small construction firm, you may be working on a razor-thin margin to stay competitive. That means you can't afford additional costs or drags on your time without being compensated.
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Like the saying "You gotta be in it to win it," many construction firm owners submit many bids for local jobs to be in it.
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It may be time for your construction firm to think big. Big data that is.
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Taking a page from principles developed in Japan and used successfully by U.S. manufacturers, some cost-conscious leaders in the construction industry are advocating the use of lean production techniques.
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Customer relationships with general contractors or owners who give your firm regular work can be like family relationships. One specialty subcontractor remarked about his work relationships that, "You will be spending more time with me in a week than you do with your family!"

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