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Before you think about opening that bar or restaurant of your dreams, make sure you know what you’re getting yourself into.
Becoming an electrical contractor in California is a wise decision for many. Here are some tips for your electrician business.
If you’re starting up a construction contractor business in California, this contractor checklist will help you get started.
Some people love them, some people loathe them. Either way, a trade show can be a tremendous public relations (PR) opportunity, if you’re prepared. There’s more to exhibiting at a trade show than just having an amazing booth.
With the number of sexual harassment cases on the rise, tackling sexual harassment in the workplace can seem like a pretty daunting process. But it doesn’t have to be.
1 out of 3 businesses will have to deal with a sexual harassment claim
Big or small,
Maybe you’ve come up with an amazing product that everyone will need, or maybe you’ve finally decided to go into business for yourself. Whatever the reason is for starting up a new company,
Whether you’re a large corporation or a small business, having the right insurance policies in place is essential to allow for smooth operations. With the myriad of policies available, determining which are right for your company can be daunting.
The words “accidents can happen” often strike fear in the most experienced commercial truck drivers. Sadly, those words are true. Your best bet to relieve that fear is to make sure you are covered without spending more than you need to.
While a California construction license renews every two years, a bond is dependent on the contract set forth by the bond company. More often than not, bond cycles are different than the license cycles.
Even though you probably have already developed sound business practices that help identify qualified subcontractors, sometimes a project requires an even higher level of risk management.