ClockShark Blog

Avoiding Business Owner Burn-Out: Delegating for Success

June 29, 2017

As a small business owner, we all wear multiple hats.  From admin to strategy, to marketing, to operations…we do it all!  But doing it ALL ourselves is not a scalable approach.  If you’ve fallen into the trap of, “If I want something done right, I have to do it myself,” you’re in a dangerous place […]

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Drugs and Alcohol on Construction Projects

November 15, 2016

The use of drugs and excessive consumption of alcohol is a growing problem on construction projects. It can lead to: Impaired ability which impacts safety – either for the person or others on the project. This leads to accidents, injury and damage to equipment. An increased chance of workers taking part in risky behavior. Poor […]

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Who Else Wants Better Construction Project Logistics?

April 29, 2016

Construction Project Logistics – avoiding bottlenecks in your project Logistics are often overlooked when planning a project, yet poor logistics can cause bottlenecks which literally strangle the life out of your project. It impacts production and productivity causing delays and adding to costs. Usually the larger the project the more important and complicated the logistics become. […]

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Eight Aspects of Construction Contract Compliance You Must Know

November 22, 2014

This report is based on eight years experience working for the City of Los Angeles’—Department of Public Works, Office of Contract Compliance (OCC), as the City of Santa Monica’s Labor Compliance Officer and Cordoba Corporation’s Contract Compliance Officer.  The 8 part series discusses Contract Compliance (CC) Programmatic Approaches; Wage and Hour (WH); Affirmative Action/Equal Employment […]

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