It might not feel necessary to be planning for the worst-case scenario when business is booming. But developing a comprehensive contingency plan during these calm moments is bound to be far more effective than during the middle of a crisis.
It should be easy to raise your prices whenever you please, right? Unfortunately, the truth is much more complicated as you run the risk of catching your most loyal customers off guard. However, careful planning and consideration go a long way in this situation.
Fieldpulse lets you know more about the top five business metrics that they think you should understand and how they can help you manage them.
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Have a bit of downtime over the holidays? Just because you might not be on the tools, doesn’t mean you can’t be improving your business. Check out our top 5 tech tools that we looked at in 2020.
G.J. Gardner Homes Victoria & Tasmania recently celebrated 20 years of home building in Vic/Tas — so they know how to make customers happy.
Most of the country is opening up and tradies are getting back to work, but Victorians can’t seem to catch a break. Not only are you worried about catching COVID-19, but you also have to deal with the confusion about how JobKeeper and HomeBuilder will affect you during and after the level-4 restrictions period.
Growing and building a positive health and safety culture is a challenge. There are many conflicting timelines and agendas and health and safety can get overlooked. By adding it to the daily ‘to do’ list and ensuring you are managing the risks appropriately, the standards within your business will rise.
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We take a look at why safety management is so important when working in construction.