Attracting and Retaining Qualified Contractors

July 14, 2016

It should come as no surprise that the contractor industry faces many challenges in terms of competing for qualified ...

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How to Properly Care for Tools and Equipment

June 24, 2016

Working as an artisan contractor, your equipment and tools are constantly being subjected to dirt and harsh outdoor elements. ...

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How can Lake Tahoe Contractors Protect their Equipment?

May 12, 2016

As a contractor, tools and equipment are critical components of the job. However, these significantly expensive items can pose ...

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Risk Management for Contractors

April 28, 2016

It should come as no surprise that contractors face a variety of risks in their daily operations. As their ...

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Report Indicates Hard-to-Fill Positions

April 18, 2016

A recent report conducted by Indeed has identified some of the most difficult positions for small businesses to fill. ...

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Specialty Trade Contractor Regulations: Ensuring Compliance

January 21, 2016

Operating as a freelance worker rather than a hired employee can be beneficial for trade contractors. As this allows ...

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Contractor Liability: The Risks of Going Unlicensed

September 29, 2015

A recent sting operation exposed eight contractors who were not licensed in an attempt to renovate a home. The ...

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Truckee Railyard Project: Contractor Liability?

August 10, 2015

The long delayed Railyard development is underway at last. The California Strategic Growth Council granted an $8 million award ...

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Famous “Chewing Gum Pipe” to be Replaced in Tahoe City

July 30, 2015

A landmark pipe that runs along the Truckee River is set to be replaced in September. The Tahoe City ...

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Drought Brings New Opportunities for Lake Tahoe Contractors

March 24, 2015

Winter was officially over as of March 20th, but much of the Lake Tahoe region has been feeling the ...

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