Are cell phones friend or foe? They are a valuable tool on the job, but then there is the personal abuse aspect. RCS Influencer Jon Stantz says it’s a two-edged sword. It’s a tough question. Obviously, anytime you are on the phone you’re not physically working. On our projects, six of us have phones provided… Read More
By Heidi J. Ellsworth. RCS Influencer Heidi J. Ellsworth says that safely incorporating mobile devices on the roof can differentiate your business. In today’s world, we have almost everything on our phone. The weather, email, text, airplane tickets or sports results, every day we are more reliant on our smartphone. In honesty, they are not… Read More
RoofersCoffeeShop® RCS Influencer Charles Antis says to work with employees on compensation for personal phone use.
RCS Influencer Charles Antis recommends that you allow the flexibility of your employees to choose whether or not they want to use your phone or have their own. Charles states, “If the phone is needed to perform at the work and you’re going to need to call somebody offsite and they need to answer that… Read More
RCS Influencer Trent Cotney says that for worker safety it’s important for contractors to have a cell phone policy. We live in a mobile world. With so many useful and entertaining features, we’ve quickly become dependent on our phones. This can be problematic when it comes to cell phone use and activities that require our… Read More
RCS Influencer Rudy Gutierrez, Shell Roofing, says that cell phones have created many safety hazards on the roof. While cell phones have clearly changed our business culture and improved our communications capabilities, it can be a double-edged sword on the roof. Cells phones have created safety hazards and loss of production time throughout the construction… Read More