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What Contractors Can Do to Aid in NYC Diversity & Inclusion

It is time. It is time for the construction industry to embrace inclusion and create diverse teams to help businesses grow and support individuals from all facets of life. While in some ways construction is more diverse than it has …

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Talisen People Spotlight: Assistant Project Manager Christopher Yanaranop

Our level of quality starts and ends with our team. Since 2009, Talisen Construction has employed some of the industry’s brightest, most talented, and most hard-working people. And over the years, we’ve shared stories about Talisen’s company culture and how …

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Talisen is Building for the Future with Vendor Data

The construction sector is changing, and with so many processes and management of various vendors, there is no space for guesswork anymore. In fact, managing the vendor relationship is an integral part of operations for construction companies. But what happens …

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Filling the Gap: How Coworking Spaces Have Helped the Return to Office Trend

The pandemic has shown that companies can work from home in entirely new ways – from zoom meetings to slack messages, it is almost like in-person interactions have been replaced overnight. However, many teams quickly discovered that web-conferencing software is …

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Change for Good: Overcoming the Challenges Facing NYC Universities

COVID-19 has upended business as usual for NYC Colleges and Universities. It goes beyond public health considerations; these institutions now face myriad challenges that could permanently alter the higher education landscape. Student Enrollment and State Funding is Declining Moving traditional …