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Planning for a Successful International Expansion

The reasons for contractors' cross-border expansion range from supporting an existing customer’s request and acquiring a new business to participating in a joint venture and diversifying economic risks from a regional perspective. In any international expansion scenario, several key factors must be considered to improve the likelihood of success.

Small Contractors Poised to Take Big Hit on Health Insurance Rates

As designated by the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act (PPACA), seven major changes in the small group market that take effect in January 2014 (or at the time of a non-grandfathered company’s first renewal in 2014) will have a disproportionately negative impact on subcontractors
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Industry Changes Push AEC Firms Toward Proactive Recruitment
When it comes to recruitment, the AEC industry is grappling with an already...

Gauging the Swing of the Republican Pendulum
As suddenly as the window of opportunity blew open for Republicans by the winds...

Q: What does it mean for your company to be employee-owned?
Employee ownership allows Choate to share long-term success with our employees...

Service Above Self
Two years ago, Gary Neal—an engineer and project manager with MEC Contractors...

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