A major milestone for small business owners comes when they are able to increase their operations by hiring a new employee. Whether you’re hiring your first employee or have already gone through the hiring process numerous times in the past, it’s worth your while to refresh your memory on the processes you need go through to make it official.
With this in mind, here’s a quick guide of the most important steps associated with the process of onboarding new hires:
The purchase of construction equipment for your company represents a significant financial investment, as well as a time investment when you consider all the research and planning you need to put into the purchase. If you are uncertain about whether or not purchasing new equipment is the best option for your business, you can instead purchase used equipment to save your business some money.
Here are just a few of the primary advantages associated with buying used construction equipment rather tha...
Renting construction equipment is a great way for successful construction companies to continue completing projects without the additional upfront and maintenance costs of owning machinery. Construction companies need to stay liquid between jobs and renting helps companies to do just that. Below are a few of the financial benefits your construction company will enjoy when renting construction equipment.
No high upfront costs
New construction equipment does not come cheap. Making such a large purc...
Hiring a full-time accountant is an expensive cost which many construction companies can’t afford. Between payroll taxes, benefits and other costs of hiring an employee, it may not seem worthwhile. Plus, you already plenty of people to manage between jobs crews and clients. But is avoiding hiring an accountant actually costing construction companies money?
Smart businesses know that outsourcing is an excellent alternative to hiring an employee. Outsourcing is convenient and affordable for compan...
Outdated or obsolete technology makes your business inefficient. Just as many things in our lives need updating from time to time – from slow technology to the apps on our phones – you also need to look at how you can update your processes to improve your business.
Some companies may not update their processes because they think they can’t afford to buy some fancy new invoicing software or pay a bookkeeper to manage payroll. Others simply may not be aware that better options are available.