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National Tradesmen Day 2023, celebrated on the third Friday in September, is a day to recognize the professionals who maintain the complex infrastructure of our roads, cities, water systems, and power grids, according to the National Day calendar.
“Construction Workforce Shortage Tops Half a Million in 2023”, headlined a February 2023 news release published by the national construction industry trade association, Associated Builders and Contractors (ABC).
LEAD Tampa Bay has been helping companies meet their skilled trade staffing needs to complete projects and meet goals since 2010. A leader in the Trade Staffing Industry, LEAD was built by industry veterans who have first-hand knowledge and experience in skilled trades, and management, staffing and recruiting.
Whether we hit a recession or not, LEAD Tampa Bay is the staffing company you want in your corner when businesses have to work through their fixed and variable costs to weather an uncertain economy.
“Only about half of the staffing and recruiting agencies offer legitimate benefits to their workers. At LEAD, we are proud to offer referral bonuses and eligibility for health benefits to purchase, including medical, dental, vision, term life, and short-term disability,” says Jason Stephens, the Managing Partner at LEAD Tampa Bay.
LEAD Tampa Bay recognizes National Apprenticeship Week 2022 which runs from November 14-20. According to Apprenticeship USA, NAW is a nationwide celebration where industry, labor, equity, workforce, education, and government leaders host events to showcase the value of Registered Apprenticeship.
Do you have a commercial construction project that needs general and low voltage/data and electrical trade workers? Whether its assistance with network cabling installation, alarm systems, access control, audio and visual systems, or an existing structural cable system maintenance, LEAD Tampa has qualified electrician candidates highly trained and ready for job placement.
Although the hallways are barren and the classrooms empty of children and teachers, construction workers move in and out of schools through the Tampa Bay region working on summer construction projects in preparation for the upcoming fall term.
The hiring and firing of employees happens every day and can be a strain on a company’s human resources department and budget.