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.
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?
Americans have been exiting the workforce in droves. The Great Resignation is a trending term and gaining traction as we near the second quarter of 2022. According to the U.S. Department of Labor, a total of 11.5 million workers quit their jobs within three months (April-June 2021).
The skilled labor shortage is expected to last several more years. Companies such as LEAD Tampa are helping skilled trade businesses keep their projects running.
Companies are struggling to find skilled trade workers to fill high demand, vacant trade positions. As the year end is near, construction, industrial and manufacturing jobs continue to thrive. With this comes the need to fill these jobs with skilled trade workers.
"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)