The Penalty for Not Training Your Estimators

Electrical contractors may pay a huge price on the estimating front by using employees who have not been properly trained to create estimates.

Anyone who flies a lot for work or otherwise like I do has probably had this feeling at least once or twice — I know I have. Glancing at the pilot as you pass by the cockpit, a brief but ominous thought temporarily fills yours head. “I sure hope this person is qualified,” you think to yourself for a split second. Along these same lines, what if while boarding the plane you asked that same pilot, “Where did you receive your flight training?” And the pilot

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