Labor Sync Blog
DOES IT MAKE SENSE TO TAKE EVERY JOB? In most fields the general consensus is that no business is bad business—but, as a contractor, that’s not always the case. Making sure you’re able to satisfy the customer to the best of your ability while still turning a profit is...
We are excited to share with you the many changes available in the latest update to our mobile app. The update improves upon every aspect of our app from the user experience to the technical details under the hood.
Labor Sync Maps offers real-time mapping of employees, providing unprecedented insight into employee movements and activities throughout the day.
Labor Sync is evolving! While you may have noticed our release of QuickBooks integration and in-app customer support, get ready for some major changes! Many of you have been patiently awaiting the release of 3.0 and the great features that it brings. While it has been delayed, we think it’s worth it! So, what happened? While in the process of developing 3.0, we realized…
A lot of time and effort is spent on labor management, particularly in the construction industry when labor can be seasonal depending on location and is quite often transient.
In order to help limit the amount of time spent on this aspect, here are some tips to help increase productivity and limit the amount of supervisory involvement necessary on the job.
Labor costs can drive profitability down more than any other factor when running a construction company. You’re already taking the time to manage material and production costs, but are you doing enough to control labor?
Even if you’re having contractors “clock in” by writing down their times on a sheet or punching in on an old fashioned time clock, that is not enough.
If you are in charge of running a construction company, then you are obviously aware of the numerous responsibilities involved. One responsibility you must pay careful attention to is the general operations of the facility.
Optimal operational efficiency is essential if you expect your company to be as successful as you desire. Here are some tips that will increase efficiency, making it easy for you to ensure the operation of your construction company is flowing as smoothly as possible.
Here at Labor Sync we are all about making your life easier, and guess what…. we did it again!
Recently we finished our integration with Quickbooks Desktop, making bookkeeping much easier. We thought that creating an easy way to integrate with this popular accounting software would make our customer’s lives easier.
For the construction and contracting industries, organization is a key component of a successful business model.
Project management software is a crucially important way to streamline business processes in the field and in the office as well, ensuring that your organization is well organized and efficiently structured.
Some people would say that websites are slowly dying and being replaced by apps. And there is certainly truth to that.
The increasing use of mobile technology has transformed the way we shop, connect to social media, and the way we do business – and that goes for the construction industry as well.
According to Tech Trends, in their article, Mobile Technology Advances in the Construction Industry, “Adopting a mobile strategy can help companies increase job profitability and efficiency with the click of a button.”
Whether you’re a CEO of a construction company that hires contractors, a construction site manager, or even an independent construction contractor, the fact remains that DCAA and DOL compliance likely play an important part in your life.
Specifically, the Defense Contract Audit Agency (DCAA) and the United States Department of Labor (DOL) have strict laws and regulations in place for tracking workplace safety, labor, wages, and other important aspects of contract work.
You have much to consider before you decide to take on more work and serving more clients.
There are many factors that go into growing your company then just gaining more business and hiring new employees.
Here are some examples of things you should be aware of before you start taking on more business.