TSheets Blog

Myranda Mondry|February 12, 2020

3 ways construction accounting helps contractors avoid wasting money

Construction accountants dedicate themselves to taking care of the financial side of your business. When they do their jobs, you can focus on doing good work that delights your clients and attracts new ones. More importantly, construction accountants help you avoid wasting money. Here are three key ways that contractors can use basic construction accounting […]

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Myranda Mondry|November 14, 2019

It’s time for construction to innovate—here are 5 ways to do it

In the last 50 years, the digital revolution has changed the world. It has opened markets, created new services and products, and developed economies. And the speed of technology has improved the industry across sectors. Innovations have made manufacturing cost-effective, productive, and sustainable. Most industries have engaged in massive change, thanks to new technology. But the […]

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Myranda Mondry|March 4, 2019

How daylight saving time affects your construction business

By Rieva Lesonsky, CEO of GrowBiz Media & SmallBizDaily.comOn March 10, states that follow daylight saving time will “spring ahead” one hour. For construction businesses, it’s a welcome change that enables crews to work longer in the evenings (unlike in the fall when construction workers lose an hour of daylight they can’t make up by […]

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Joseph Patterson|October 24, 2018

Construction Is Changing — Trust Us, This Isn’t Your Grandpa’s Job Site

From technology to gender dynamics, TSheets looks into the construction industry’s evolving professional landscapeThe construction industry is changing — and changing quickly. Some of today’s most indispensable positions, such as drone operator to sustainability manager, didn’t exist 10 years ago. And it’s not just technology. The faces are changing too.October is Careers in Construction Month, […]

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Myranda Mondry|February 7, 2018

Construction Supervisors Are No Longer Eligible for Overtime Pay

17 reissued Opinion Letters challenge the exempt versus nonexempt status of construction supervisorsIn January 2009, during the final days of the Bush administration, 17 Opinion Letters addressing the Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA) were released and signed by the acting administrator of the Department of Labor’s (DOL) Wage and Hour Division (WHD). Opinion Letters are […]

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Myranda Mondry|June 20, 2017

6 Ways to Keep Your Construction Employees Happy

By Rieva Lesonsky, CEO GrowBiz Media & SmallBizDaily.comIt’s no secret there’s a shortage qualified construction workers. As older workers retire and schools increasingly steer young people away from blue-collar jobs, it’s gotten harder and harder to fill job openings. In fact, the need to fill construction jobs has been on the rise. According to a 2015 survey […]

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Myranda Mondry|June 28, 2016

8 Ways to Keep Construction Workers Safe in Summer Heat

By Rieva Lesonsky, CEO GrowBiz Media & SmallBizDaily.comAs I write this, Southern California (where I live) is going through a massive heat wave — today local temperatures topped 103°. As a journalist, I’m lucky — I get to hunker down inside with air-conditioning and lots of iced tea. But if you own a construction business, your employees, […]

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Myranda Mondry|March 21, 2016

5 Tips for Winning Residential Construction Bids

By Rieva Lesonsky, CEO GrowBiz Media & SmallBizDaily.comFrom websites and social media to online ratings and reviews, residential construction customers have more information at hand than ever before when it comes to selecting a contractor. That means the way you approach a residential construction bid can make the difference between success and failure. To improve your chances […]

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