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customer not paying for building work
“The customer is always right” is often used as an excuse for non-payment but this is incorrect. The customer is not always right, here is why.
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Credit Control Company
Very few small businesses have a dedicated credit controller; such luxuries tend to be the domain of the larger business. Here is the solution.
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Customers refusing to pay for work done
Are your customers refusing to pay for work done? Here is what you should do to get back what is rightfully yours.
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credit control service
Credit Control is a core function of any successful business. Weak processes can cause poor cash flow. Here is how our credit control service can help.
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Construction Contract Disputes
Construction Contract Disputes In the construction industry, contractual disputes are commonplace. While most building work arrangements are generally codified in some form of written document, the dispute resolution process is made even more complex when the agreement is verbal in nature – and the legality of its very binding may be called into question. Although...
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construction debt recovery
Construction Debt Recovery Issues. An ever-growing problem. As a recent Construction News analysis reveals its exposition of the payment practices of the UK’s top 100 contractors, we take a closer look at the persistent construction debt recovery issue of late payers in the construction industry. Cape Industrial Services, Imtech and Spie ranked amongst the slowest payers...
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The conversation on female representation in the construction industry is not a new one; but is one that seems to have produced as yet no real solution. It seems fitting therefore on International Women’s Day to discuss an issue whose pervasiveness is truly international. In Australia, for example, construction continues to be the most male-dominated...
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Credit Control Service
Tighten up your cashflow with our Credit Control Service. A recent study by recruitment company Randstad revealed that almost one third of EU nationals employed in the construction sector have considered leaving the UK as a result of the uncertainty surrounding Brexit. Of 1, 671 surveyed, 32% responded saying they had considered the option. A...
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In a pivotal ruling handed down last Thursday, the Court of Appeal has ruled that construction companies cannot avoid third party adjudication of disputes even if one of the parties is in liquidation or a company voluntary agreement. The case marks a resolution between the conflicting processes of ‘netting off’ by insolvency practitioners and adjudication...
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government payment
The issue of poor payment practices has been brought to the political forefront since the collapse of Carillion last year, as anyone familiar with the construction industry well knows. The findings of December’s Business Select Committee inquiry underlined the effect of poor payment practices on small businesses, inhibiting growth and causing companies to fail. This...
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