In recent years, the construction industry has been bombarded with new software solutions that advertise they are the fastest, greatest, cheapest, most mobile and user-friendly products.
What makes software companies different? Take a look at the company’s history. Construction software should focus on a contractor’s specific business needs, not the current “app buzz of the month.”
If there’s one area that many construction companies struggle with, it’s HR. This especially includes smaller companies that don’t necessarily have a department dedicated to the cause. But when it comes to HR, there are lots of items that a company needs to stay on top of and plenty of questions will arise that require answers.
Luckily, resources are available to help contractors better manage their HR through online services. Here are five ways an online HR service can assist. Continue »
When it comes to construction payroll, reporting is essential. Whether it’s job labor costing; working prevailing wage jobs and submitting required certified payroll reports; handling complex union reporting; or tracking workers’ compensation, reporting remains a critical aspect to running a successful construction business. Continue »