How To Conduct Annual Reviews At Your Construction Company

Posted by Jess McWeeney on Feb 22, 2018 9:45:00 AM

Annual reviews are a tried and true management tool that helps everyone understand their performance or where there is room for improvement. These guidelines will show you how to design an annual review process for your construction company.

Once you have considered all of the questions and points you want to cover in your annual reviews, we recommend using digital construction forms to keep that information accessible and stored digitally without needing to be entered manually. This will make it easier to look back on previous years' data. Choosing the right construction form builder will help to keep the process organized.

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Topics: Construction

5 Ways Mobile Forms Improve Daily Operations for Facilities Management

Posted by Jess McWeeney on Feb 20, 2018 9:44:00 AM

Think about the last time you needed to find a document from 2 years ago; did you spend 30 minutes digging through a box of old files? Or maybe your maintenance team needs to come into the office to get work assignments each day, and if something comes up during the day, you have to fax or email them the work request.

As a facilities or property manager, there’s a lot to manage everyday between maintenance work, leasing, and other operations tasks. When staff is spread out between buildings, units and the main office, you need to be able to communicate efficiently and make sure that the right work is getting done.

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Topics: Mobile Forms, Facilities Management

Telecom: Achieve Your Continuous Improvement Goal with this Process

Posted by Jess McWeeney on Feb 15, 2018 9:37:00 AM

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The telecom industry is under constant pressure to compete while maintaining very high reliability. If your telecom firm has already achieved high performance, what’s next? The answer lies in pursuing continuous improvement goals to improve performance.

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Topics: Telecommunications

Top 11 Ways to Use Mobile Forms

Posted by Jess McWeeney on Feb 13, 2018 9:45:00 AM

Technology has transformed how businesses operate. Employees are no longer restricted to a desk in order to get work done. Mobile forms enable employees who work in the field or outside of the office to collect and submit data in real-time from their mobile devices, ensuring business workflows can move forward even when an employee is offsite.

Paperwork is also received 25% slower and has 50% more errors than mobile forms, which should convince you to consider making the switch from paper. Here are some of the top ways mobile forms can be used by your business.

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Topics: Mobile Forms

4 Ways to Use E-forms to Improve Construction Hiring

Posted by Jess McWeeney on Feb 7, 2018 11:40:00 AM

Hiring well in the construction industry is getting more difficult each year. According to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, the number of new construction jobs is forecast to grow faster than the average for the job market. For employers, that means it is going to become more difficult to stand out and attract talent, especially with the continued construction labor shortage.

Competition for workers is not the only factor that makes construction hiring challenging. Collect the wrong data on your construction e-forms, and your company’s hiring process may miss out on critical opportunities. Even worse, if you collect the wrong information, you may violate labor laws that relate to discrimination.

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Topics: Construction