November Issue 2008

 

For electrical service technicians and their firms, it may be time to retire the term “subcontracto


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November 2008
I had the privilege of being the guest speaker at a recent contractors meeting, and to my surprise, I was asked an unusual question by a well-known local contractor during th READ MORE
November 2008
A cliche normally reserved for the fashion industry has seeped into the thinking of business owners, politicians, bureaucrats, media pundits, advertisers, and everyday people: READ MORE
November 2008
Phishing, pharming, hacking and malware are all terms most electrical or low-voltage contractors know a little about. READ MORE
November 2008
For electrical service technicians and their firms, it may be time to retire the term “subcontractor.” The label seems ill-suited as electrical contractors (ECs) expand their READ MORE
November 2008
You may have seen the impact of the residential bubble blowout on your local market, and if you’re like a lot of electricians who rely on residential projects, your business READ MORE

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