• 3 Ways To Turn Down Work Tactfully

    3 Ways To Turn Down Work Tactfully

    When you started out doing business on your own, you probably accepted every job that came your way. The hope is that as you gain some traction and your name gets out, you start to get more calls than you can reasonably take.

  • Day Labor Versus Permanent Crew

    Day Labor Versus Permanent Crew

    In reality, though, day laborers are people that can be hired to do different kinds of jobs and have no specific skill sets. Although they have a less traditional work schedule, they do still have to be paid at least a minimum wage.

  • Materials Prices and COVID: What You Need to Know

    Materials Prices and COVID: What You Need to Know

    One key aspect of the construction industry that’s already seeing some change is the cost of materials that contractors use. In some cases, these increases are minor, though some contractors are seeing materials increase significantly over their pre-pandemic costs.

  • What's New in Hearing Protection?

    What's New in Hearing Protection?

    Years ago, your choices for noise protection were basically just foam ear plugs or wired headphones. Today, Bluetooth capabilities mean you can get hearing protection while still enjoying access to content on your phone.

  • What to Do If a Worker Gets COVID

    What to Do If a Worker Gets COVID

    If you’ve got a sick employee, ask them to call out and not come into work. While you don’t normally have this right, considering the circumstances, the EEOC (Equal Employment Opportunity Commission) allows you to ask any employee if they’re experiencing any COVID-19 symptoms.

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