If you’ve missed any Wise up Wednesday e-mails from StreetwiseSubbie, then from February 2018 they will be collated into a series of unique monthly publications. The February issue is here now.
In February, I wrote about how keeping good records will help you to avoid payment problems, the ‘hit’ that the Carillion liquidation had on businesses, particularly Subbies, and how you can protect your business from potential disasters like this in the future.
There is also a personal story from a Carillion employee and who should take responsibility for the failure of the company he worked for.
You can find out more about our special Contractual Training events being held in Nottingham and Coventry and there’s still time to catch these if you book soon. Get your copy now.
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And finally, you can also join our call for a full Public Inquiry into Construction by clicking the link in the story on page 8 of the February edition. You can read a flip book version here.