"Belly-to-Belly" Marketing Yields Best Payoff for Creative Remodelers
Remodelers move away from traditional print marketing to opportunities for...
Remodelers Use Drug Tests To Screen Employees
Although there are no hard statistics announcing a substance abuse problem in the...
Changing Your Marketing Approach
As the market softened in the second half of 2007, Jerry Liu, president of D.G. Liu Contractor, in Dickerson, Md., saw the company's leads slow dramatically. Liu knew the company had to change its marketing approach to pump up the lead flow, which would feed production needs.
Remodelers Worry Where They'll Find Workers
Hundreds of thousands of construction jobs will be created in the U.S. during the...
Training Program Gets Apprentices Up To Speed
A well-planned training program gets apprentices up to speed.
How Will Remodelers Find the Next Generation of Workers?
We'll address finite solutions to the remodeling workforce in the February issue of REMODELING. In the meantime, we asked some of our sources to think big. Here's some of what they had to say.
Proper employee placement is key to success
Jody Kenote took up framing at the age of 14, sharpened his carpentry skills in...
Big50 discuss battling burnout
How do you help employees bounce back in the face of burnout?
Minorities still face discrimination
Rodney Webb isn't your typical home improvement salesman. He boasts a 91% close...
Top employees set standards
Each of these employees has been given a certain amount of autonomy by the company...