December 8th, 2022, is National Blue Collar Day, and LEAD Dallas, Ft. Worth, is proudly looking forward to celebrating the [...]
LEAD Pinellas continues to focus on long term partnerships with clients and workers as a way to ensure the highest [...]
LEAD Marine San Diego is proud to introduce David Leavitt, the branch’s new recruiter. David brings a natural recruiter’s mentality to the thriving California operation, focusing on finding the best and brightest in the skilled trades with an emphasis on the bigger picture.
According to the National Association of Women in Construction (NAWIC), in 2018, 9.9% women (approximately 1,106,919) were employed in various occupation sectors of the construction industry in the U.S. Currently, that number has increased to 10.9% of female workers in the construction industry.
The staffing industry stands at the mercy of wider forces in the economy that make flexibility, adaptability, and the capacity for making the most of the smallest opportunities essential for success in this demanding business. LEAD Marine Jacksonville draws on life lessons to help them be successful.
LEAD New England Continues to Focus on Delivering Quality Skilled Workers During Shifting Employment Patterns
As shifting employment patterns change the way companies hire, train, and pay their workers, LEAD New England has continued to deliver high quality skilled workers to job sites by addressing the changing labor environment head on.
Do you struggle to find the right candidate for hard-to-fill skilled trade positions such as electricians, millwright mechanics with welding experience, commissioning technicians, or conveyor installers?
LEAD Pinellas focuses on strategic partnerships, rather than the more common impersonal and undifferentiated approach to projects, as way to make the staffing industry better.
When you sign up to work with LEAD Pacific Northwest, you will be joining a staffing agency that is constantly receiving requests to fill positions for skilled trade workers, and your labor will be in high demand.
Corpus Christi and the surrounding area is a hot spot for skilled trade jobs, with employment above the national percentage when considering various Bureau of Labor and Statistics (BLS) employment categories.