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How to make your Construction Company more productive and more profitable

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When you are looking for ways to make your construction company more profitable, it’s easy to miss the woods for the trees. Improving profit in your construction business can seem like an uphill battle.  Too often contracts are simply awarded to the lowest quote. The effect of the coronavirus has compounded the issue.  The pandemic…
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Reengaging with your Furloughed Employees

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The 1st of August saw the first changes in the Job Retention Scheme.  Employers are now expected to pay gradually increasing contributions to furloughed employees’ wages, until the scheme ends in October.  As a result, employers can bring furloughed employees back on a part time basis.  Some businesses are opening more fully and bringing furloughed employees…
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Challenges Facing the Construction Industry – Post Covid-19

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There are a number of challenges the construction industry is facing right now. Some are the same the sector has always faced, but newly heightened following COVID-19. On the other hand, the pandemic has brought new issues that are impacting productivity across the board. While the impact of COVID-19 will be long lasting, good management,…
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iwocaPay – A payments solution for suppliers and buyers

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We are all aware that the coronavirus has caused huge economic pressures, causing problems in cash flow in every sector.  As a result, businesses are finding it even harder than usual to get their invoices paid.  This is causing headaches for both suppliers and buyers.  Suppliers are sitting on mountains of unpaid invoices and as…
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Chancellor’s Summer Statement

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The chancellor’s summer statement was finally delivered Wednesday 8th July, 2020. This was a long awaited statement that many businesses were anxious about. At the end of the summer the furloughing scheme draws to an end, and the final SEISS grant will delivered in August. Many businesses are worrying about how to retain staff through…
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How to calm upset and anxious staff

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As lock down has been easing many businesses have begun to reopen.  Most are still a long way from business as usual though, and the strain on relationships with business contacts, family and friends is likely to affect our colleagues’ emotions for a long time.  Some staff members might be dealing with bereavement and long-term…
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