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Behind every successful business is a leader who motivates every team member. LEAD Pacific Northwest Regional Manager Michael Lennox does just that. He follows the sports psychology method to achieve success for the LEAD and the skilled trade workers they employ and place with client companies. “Motivation leads to increased productivity and builds leaders,” says Michael.
LEAD Pacific Northwest has been closely following forecasts and trends for the year ahead and continues to develop appropriate staffing strategies to meet the moment.
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.
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 has launched its own summer hydration campaign, “Keep Cool with LEAD” for its employees to keep cool during these hot summer months. “Safety for our workers is always a top priority and creating this campaign to remind employees of the challenges in working in the summer heat,” says Mark.
Organized by the International Labor Organization in 2003, World Day for Safety and Health is based on the premise that every worker has the right to a safe and healthy working environment.
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).