Dallas/Fort Worth, TX – The Minority Contractor Network (MCN), a B2B web service aimed at connecting verified Minority Business Enterprises (MBEs) with new business opportunities from the retail, restaurant and hospitality sectors launched today, using Fixxbook® as it’s core software platform. Read more.
Commercial contractors need impressive, well-written resumes to convince companies to use their services. A poorly-written, disorganized resume means almost certain disqualification from most large commercial maintenance and repair jobs. Fortunately, creating a resume that shows the contractor to his best advantage is not difficult. Effective resumes focus on the contractor’s strengths and emphasize how he can help the client. The key elements of a persuasive resume for obtaining commercial contractor jobs include the following: Read more.
When it comes to commercial contractor work, an important element of success is to learn how to prioritize your jobs. If you can successfully handle multiple jobs and organize them proficiently, you’ll make your clients happy and improve your bottom-line, along with your reputation. Read more.
New York City, NY – ServiceChannel Inc. has relaunched its Fixxbook website with a fresh new design and enhanced functionality. Developed by Fixxbook’s experienced production and marketing teams, along with Path Interactive, the new website embodies the company’s commitment to modern web design while expanding the product’s capabilities, which has made Fixxbook the leading commercial contractor management service provider for the facilities management industry. Read more.
Commercial businesses are liable for any work performed at their facility; therefore, maintaining contractor compliance is extremely important. Depending on the size of the location or the scope of work, managing those contractors can be a full-time operation. The manager responsible must ensure that the service professionals who perform work at the facility are fully compliant with state and federal regulations, as well as any company policy, code of conduct, or other terms and conditions. This is not only essential at the beginning of the project, but continues throughout the length of the contract. Read more.
Every commercial HVAC contractor is required to hold a license and a certain amount of liability insurance, a law put in place to protect consumers from fraudulent behaviors. No one wants to feel taken advantage of, and unfortunately there are those who do and will con even the wary. The best way to protect yourself as a facilities manager is be well-informed. Read more.