From the basics to the nitty gritty details, Kelly Stamy uses her expertise to illuminate non-compete clauses. It is essential to understand how they work and the many ways they can both help and hurt you.
with Andrew Vicknair Episode Link: https://the-quit-getting-screwed-podcast.castos.com/episodes/episode-24-learn-your-liens-louisiana-with-andrew-vicknair In another episode highlighting lien laws, Karalynn is joined by Andrew Vicknair, long-time Louisiana...
In this podcast recap, Karalynn reviews a checklist of legal land mines that protect construction contractors from the most common issues she sees.
The waters of being a Florida construction professional are choppy and dangerous. This podcast recap illuminates the problems and allows for Floridian contractors to better protect themselves, armed with this new knowledge.
In Episode 21 of the podcast, Tom Reber discusses how he overcame struggles as a construction business owner through investing in himself and changing his mindset.
Protect the money you are owed and protect yourself from fines and attorney’s fees if you file a lien incorrectly. In this episode of the Quit Getting Screwed podcast, Karalynn provides construction workers and contractors with a breakdown of Texas Lien laws.
Karalynn sits down with social media sensation, Barbie the Welder, to discuss her journey from ruin to resilience in episode 19 of the Quit Getting Screwed podcast.
Learn about liens in Episode 18 of the Quit Getting Screwed podcast. What a lien does for those in the construction industry is that it takes your unsecured debt and makes it secure; it is an advantage that legitimizes the uncollected funds you are owed.
Guest Torlando Hakes joins Karalynn to talk about the world of painting contractors, why mastering delegation is important in leadership, and the many professional and personal perks of joining associations as an industry professional in Episode 17 of the Quit Getting Screwed podcast.
In this podcast recap, learn about why you need a handbook, and what plethora of purposes they serve, such as employee misclassification, issues with behavior, misconduct, employee and jobsite safety, and more.