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11 Tips to find and retain women in construction

The new infrastructure bill introduced by the current administration will add an average of 1.5 million jobs per year for the next 10 years. With the influx of...

Why aren't more women in construction trades?

Women make up nearly half of today's total workforce but only about 10% of the construction labor force. And most of that number work in administrative and...

How electronic timekeeping can make DCAA compliance easier

The consequences of DCAA noncompliance can be severe.. One of the best ways to help you stay in compliance is electronic timekeeping. Read our article to learn...

How to prepare for the infrastructure boom

A guide to navigating the unique opportunities and challenges of the recent infrastructure bill. Over the next five years, federal agencies, states, and local...

DCAA timekeeping requirements you should know

Timekeeping isn’t always easy—especially for government contractors. But it’s much easier if you know the DCAA timekeeping requirements. Here...

Understanding DCAA

Government contracts pay well, especially if you’re working for the Department of Defense. But, thanks to all the bookkeeping and accounting guidelines,...

Most common construction safety violations

Construction is responsible for the largest number of preventable deaths, accounting for nearly one fourth of all preventable fatalities in the workplace. But...

What is OSHA and how does it work?

Workplace safety in the U.S. has come a long way since the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) was formed in 1970. Since then, workplace...

A Practical Guide for Building Trust in Construction

Trust is one of the most important things your construction company will ever build. You need it to be able to raise start-up funds, win clients, partner with...

Staying current with construction trends in 2022

Staying current with construction trends is not just a “trendy” thing to do. It’s a strategic business decision. Because, as Darwin put...

Steps to Improve Accountability in Your Field Crews

It doesn’t matter what kind of field supervisor you are, whether you manage landscaping crews, cleaning crews, or construction crews. If your team lacks...

4 Ways to improve communication with your field crews

Communication errors cost companies with 100 employees approximately $420,000 per year, which means a company with as few as 10 employees can lose tens of...

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