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OSHA’s Free Workplace Safety Program Aids Small Businesses

Did you know the cost of accident prevention is usually much lower than what accidents can ultimately cost a business? This is one reason tens of thousands of businesses every year take advantage of OSHA’s workplace safety program. If your job site has health and safety issues (or even if it doesn’t), learn what this free government program can do for you. Read more

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3 Ways to Retain Valuable Employees in Construction Jobs

So far this year, the construction industry has added an average of 20,000 jobs each month. This trend is cause for celebration, but the downside for employers is that experienced workers have become a scarcer commodity. In today’s more competitive hiring environment, your company must consider what steps it is currently taking to retain top talent in construction jobs. Read more

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How to Write a Business Plan for your Contracting Company

A business plan is an outline of where your contracting company is today, where it is going and how it will get there. This outline is an adjustable document in which you can make projections about future problems and opportunities. By learning how to write a business plan the right way, your company will be able to stand on firmer financial ground. Read more