Construction's labor shortage continues spreading across the subcontractor landscape. The Institute for Supply Management addressed the shortage of subcontractors for the sixth consecutive month in its June 2018 Non-Manufacturing Report on Business. Here are tactics that … about Key Strategies for Dealing with the Subcontractor Shortage
Managing projects as we well know can be a difficult task for construction workers, as all aspects of the project must be considered and accounted for. Project management software can be used to make this … about Getting Subcontractors On Board with Project Management Software
You face some pretty serious risks as a subcontractor if your employees are driving company vehicles.These fleet risks extend beyond just the care and maintenance of the vehicles––they are particularly troublesome for subcontractors with service … about Subcontractors: Don’t Let Your Fleet Run Over You
Slow payments cost subcontractors as much as $40 billion each year, according to Contract Simply’s Construction Payments Report 2018. In the U.S., subcontractors often wait as long as 54 days for payment, confirming PwC findings … about The High Price of Slow Payments
Last fall, California passed AB 1701 passed and went into effect this year as California Labor Code Section 218.7. The law puts more responsibility on a project's general contractor for wages and benefits owed to … about Could California’s New Wages and Benefits Law Impact Your Business?
The subcontractor’s role is an important component to every construction job. General contractors and construction companies generally have some sort of constraints on their offerings, so they turn to subcontractors to fill in any skill … about Survival Guide for Subcontractors at Small Firms