Across the country companies are struggling to fill positions in the construction, industrial, and marine sectors as competition for the best workers continues in a tight labor market.
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.
Dick McLaughlin, Managing Partner at LEAD New England, closely tracks the economic trends so his team will always be ready to make the most of any changes in the labor force and the broader economic situation.
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.
One of the major economic legacies of the pandemic era is the staffing shortages faced by employers across the country; qualified, skilled trade workers are still hard to come by, but LEAD Pacific Northwest has the mechanisms for bringing the perfect candidates onboard.
LEAD Corpus Christi is Ready to Help Place Skilled Trade Workers as the Industrial Construction Industry Grows
With industrial construction continuing to grow in the years ahead, LEAD Corpus Christi is carefully following the trends and ready to make the most of what is expected to be another productive decade for the industry. LEAD Corpus Christi prides itself on being the foremost partner to the skilled trade workforce.