Resource Roundup: Working in our current environment
Each week, we’re rounding up a list of valuable and inspiring industry content to keep you informed, empowered and motivated for future success.
Today, we’re bringing you the latest episode of “The Building Code” and articles on how to improve your marketing strategies, prepare for the impacts of COVID-19, protect your business and more.
- Listen to this week’s episode of “The Building Code” and hear from The Zen Builder, Ed Earl, on how to use compassion instead of judgement when working with homeowners.
- Check out these eight things you can be doing to master Buildertrend and make the most of your experience, right from your couch.
- Use your downtime to your advantage and make sure your marketing strategies are on point for when things start rolling again.
- Read about what the construction industry can expect in the aftermath of COVID-19 and how you can prepare in this article from The National Law Review.
- Use these tips from Construction Dive to protect your business during project suspensions and delays caused by the coronavirus.
- Ensure you’re taking these steps provided by JD Supra, an online source of daily legal intelligence, to protect your business in the midst of our current environment and beyond.
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