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.
October is officially “Careers in Construction Month,” and LEAD Dallas, Ft. Worth will be joining nationwide efforts to raise awareness of the high-quality careers available to workers nationwide in the construction trade professions.
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.
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.
The U.S. construction industry is set to grow by 3% this year, according to a report by GlobalData, a data analytics and consulting company, and staffing agencies like LEAD Dallas, Ft. Worth have been gearing up to meet the rising demand in the commercial construction business.
With green building on the rise, companies are asking if they should learn to use green trades people and mold them into their ideal employee, or, should they rely on a staffing partner to help them secure experienced certified trade workers who understand green buildings?
"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)
This year, 2020, LEAD celebrates its 10th anniversary: 10 years of successful collaboration with customers and skilled tradespeople. This team was strategically built and will continue to grow according to a distinct plan, adding like-minded professionals.
National Skilled Trades Day was founded to bring attention to the shortage of skilled trades in the United States. It is, of course, a day (or week in our case!), to celebrate and honor the courageous skilled tradespeople.
Today Lead Staffing would like to honor all trades and craftspeople who are masters of their trade. These men and women's indispensable skills often go unnoticed. But we notice and honor you today.