LEAD Staffing launches a nationwide franchising arm, Lead Staffing Franchising, LLC, offering opportunities to professionals interested in entering the lucrative staffing services industry.
OSHA mandates that all forklift drivers be trained and certified. In partnership with our clients, LEAD assists with forklift programs that consider and include pedestrian safety as part of a comprehensive forklift safety program.
Each year around this time, we dedicate a week to the appreciation of millions of hard-working Americans classified as contract employees. This week at LEAD, we will be showing appreciation to our skilled contract employees each day in various ways across the country.
During this special time of National Staffing Employee Week, honoring LEAD's contract trade associates, awards were presented to employees across the country. While ALL LEAD associates are daily appreciated, these awards represent a deep appreciation by LEAD for extra effort put forth by associates which contribute to the overall well-being of our clients, our company, and the exemplary dedication to their individual trades.
Barbara Lopez talks about her first year in LEAD's Partnership Development Program. She reflects on what has been most impactful and meaningful to her business within the program and her excitement about the future. The partner program has given her the opportunity to own her own staffing company and keep all the resources provided by LEAD. This is an exciting time to be a part of the LEAD organization!
Aaron Taylor, Managing Partner in the California region, talks about his Partnership Development Program experience with LEAD Industrial Staffing. He discusses his experience speaking with a franchise operation and the differences between a franchise and the ownership program with LEAD.
This year especially, it is appropriate that the nation pays tribute on Labor Day 2020 to the creator of so much of the nation's strength, freedom, and leadership – the American worker.
A Study of 2.7 Million Startups Found the Ideal Age to Start a Business (and It’s Much Older Than You Think)
If you're in your 40's or 50's, you might think it's too late to start a business. WRONG: It's the perfect time. LEAD's Partnership Development Program may be what you've been looking for!
"Contractors are very optimistic about demand for construction" through the remainder of 2020 and beyond. "At the same time, many construction executives are troubled by labor shortages and the impacts those shortages are having on operations, training and safety programs, and bottom lines." – Stephen E. Sandherr, AGC of America, Chief Executive Officer (CEO)
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