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5 Things to Look for in Your Future Leaders

You may have heard the adage, “Great leaders aren’t born, they’re made.” Investing in developing your staff is the best way to ensure you have the visionary leadership you need on your team. In this article from Industry Week, you will learn about five things to look for when identifying potential leaders in your organization and .....

Take a Strategic Approach to Scarcity in 2023

One of the biggest issues impacting supply chains is scarcity. Global, political, and environmental factors continue to lead to a decrease in available resources at nearly all levels, with experts predicting little relief in sight. In this article, you will find strategies to consider and steps you can take to help your business adjust to this new .....

Top 3 Predictions for The Manufacturing Industry In 2023

In a rapidly changing world, sophisticated industries like manufacturing are influenced by many factors. With so many variables, it can be difficult to plan. That’s why being prepared is the best strategy to help you succeed. Read this article from Forbes for an expert’s prediction on the biggest challenges you are likely to face in the industry this year .....

How Manufacturers Can Tackle Supply Chain Costs in 2023

Unsurprisingly, supply chain concerns remain at the top of most manufacturers’ priority lists. Savvy businesses are looking to the future, thinking not only about how to manage obstacles in the present but also about how to build a more resilient supply chain in the future. Specifically, one that is insulated against external factors and unpredicted .....

2023 Construction Costs Outlook Remains Volatile

A new year has begun, but the construction industry faces many familiar challenges, in the form of labor shortages, inflation, and supply chain issues. As managers do their best to create accurate budgets, a solid understanding of price fluctuations is the best tool for minimizing project risk and managing expenses. In this article from Construction .....

How the Construction Industry Can Keep Up With Rising On-Demand Culture

In today’s society, the willingness to wait is increasingly rare. We are accustomed to setting our own pace and appreciate the convenience that instant access offers. In this article, read about how employers in the construction industry can utilize earned wage access (EWA) payroll systems,  eliminating the need to wait for a paper check, improving .....

Technology Is the Key to Overcoming Labor Hurdles

As with many professions, the construction industry has been experiencing an ongoing labor crisis. With over 400,000 existing openings, nearly half of the current construction workforce planning to retire in the next decade, and the impending creation of hundreds of thousands of new jobs by the Bipartisan Infrastructure Law, managers will likely find themselves struggling .....

New Year, New Challenges for IIJA

The Infrastructure Investment and Jobs Act (IIJA), signed into law by President Biden in November 2021, is poised to bring a $1.2 trillion boost to various construction sectors over five years and is entering its second year of providing funding. This support is welcomed by the industry, which has faced a myriad of challenges. However, .....

A Nonprofit’s Guide to Accounting

January is the perfect time to refresh and refocus. Nonprofit accounting can be complicated, and accuracy is essential. It is crucial for organizations to be able to provide a transparent account of how they’re spending their funds so that donors can feel confident supporting their work, and agencies must file complete and correct reports with .....

NPOs Can Still Get CARES Act Employee Retention Credit

As pandemic-era support programs continue to sunset, financial relief is still available for some nonprofit organizations impacted by COVID-19. The Employee Retention Tax Credit (ERC) is a rare tax credit (taken against employment taxes) available to tax-exempt organizations and was passed as part of the CARES Act in 2020. To be eligible, an organization must .....