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Sage Summit 2016 starts in Chicago . . . and online

7/26/2016 at 10:11 am by

Hundreds of construction and real estate companies are among the many businesses in Chicago this week for the 2016 Sage Summit. Overall more than 15,000 business professionals will pack McCormick Place in downtown Chicago—the largest gathering of small and medium businesses in the world. Wish you were in Chicago? If you couldn’t make it to…

The proof is in the picture

7/21/2016 at 1:51 pm by

In my last blog post, I discussed the importance of daily reports in protecting your company in the case of legal action. Pictures don’t necessarily need to be a part of the daily report, but they are critical pieces of evidence to support your case. Photos weigh heavily in a court of law because judges…

Write daily reports as if your company depends on it (because it does)

7/19/2016 at 2:36 pm by

In a court of law, a contractor’s daily reports are critical. In many instances, they are considered to be the one of the best pieces of evidence showing what actually occurred at specific times on the job. And since people’s memories fade, the court will likely rely heavily on what the daily report says happened…

Simplifying the project management paper flow

7/14/2016 at 12:48 pm by

As a construction project manager your typical day is not so typical. Constant trouble shooting, decision making, clarifying plans, meetings, and directing activities fill every minute you’re on the job. The last thing you need is a call from accounting asking if you approved an invoice that is coming due. Staying on top of all…

End of the annual performance appraisal?

7/11/2016 at 12:36 pm by

I’ve yet to meet anyone who enjoys the annual employee review process—either reviewer or reviewee. So why do we put ourselves through this yearly ritual. Some companies are electing to opt-out of the annual appraisal, considering it an archaic and ineffective employee evaluation process. Rob Baker, of the VeraSage Institute, is one proponent for doing…

Competitive pay to recruit and retain employees

7/7/2016 at 1:32 pm by

There are multiple factors that determine employee compensation such as employee and company performance, pay policy, inflation, market rates, industry employment costs, and the economic outlook. Some are controllable but others are largely beyond management control. Market value is one that is uncontrollable. Contractors must consider the value of their employees on the open market….

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