On January 1, 2018, California’s Assembly Bill 1701 (AB 1701) went into effect. That means contractors are now jointly responsible for their subcontractors’ failure to pay their workers. And that’s even if the general contractor has paid the subcontractor.
As you start off the new year, why not make fraud prevention and detection one of your big business goals?
It’s the perfect time of year for a commercial insurance review, and making updates to protect your equipment, your workers, and your company as a whole.
Contractors spend their days in stressful environments–which makes Stress Awareness Day a powerful commemoration for them.
As a contractor, you will probably not be surprised to learn that work is by far the leading cause of stress for American adults. Two-thirds of Americans struggle with their workload. More than a quarter of Americans feel stressed because of people at their workplace. Construction work sites can be high-stress environments. Workers face physical […]
Hearing loss is the second most reported occupational illness in the United States. How to help your workers protect their hearing.
Contractors beware: OSHA penalties are on the rise, and that could pose major trouble for your company.
Contractors insurance can be complex. We’re here to help!
In 2013, 17 percent of workplace fatalities involved contract workers–half of them working in construction.
To keep your crews and yourself safe on rainy worksites, follow these tips.