2019

  • Keeping Your Contracting Business Afloat

    Whether your expertise is plumbing or roofing, being a contractor requires that you pay for a lot of supplies, labor and materials before clients pay you. At times, this can lead to financial difficulties. These difficulties increase when your clients aren't immediately paying you, especially if you're taking on more work. What contractor funding activities can you do to keep money flowing in? Maintain Good Credit If your business credit isn't good, purchasing supplies or dealing with other company emergencies is hard. [Read More]

  • Your Welding Union: Recruiting Members

    Once you've decided to unionize the welding contractors in your city or county, you may be thrilled to run it. You could be eager to start collecting dues and perform tasks that will benefit all the contractors in the area. However, you may find your membership numbers aren't as high as you'd hoped. What recruitment ideas could help? Inform People Sometimes, contractors aren't sure why a union would be anything they want to join. [Read More]