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Running a business is costly, especially for the skilled industries in which a business counts on its workers to be expertly trained in their trade. Working with a staffing company, such as LEAD Pacific Northwest, can provide a flexible workforce, improved efficiencies, and great savings to the bottom line.
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.
The ASA North Texas Chapter is highlighting Fall Prevention in construction during June 2022. Scott Boddy, General Manager at LEAD Dallas, Ft. Worth, says, “We are excited to participate in the Association’s mission to increase awareness of fall hazards — and to stop fall fatalities and injuries in construction.”
The hiring and firing of employees happens every day and can be a strain on a company’s human resources department and budget.
The LEAD Great Lakes team is excited about their immediate success in securing talented, skilled Tradespeople and placing them with partner businesses. Our team has specialized in Renewable Energy, Commercial/Industrial Construction, Manufacturing, Marine, and other industries.
"There are plenty of jobs available for qualified workers with trade skills who are prime candidates for the maritime industry. Jobs are available for licensed marine engineers and skilled machinists, welders, electricians, and more," says Alan Biliti, Marine Division Sales and Recruiting Manager.
LEAD Corpus Christi, Operations Manager Joseph Aceves Alerts all Employees about Health, Safety, and Environment with Spider Bites
As the weather warms, workplace safety is a top priority as many jobs gear up for outdoor activity-perhaps, spring cleaning of a work site or storage building. Care should be taken as warm weather is also a time for spiders to be active.
The National Safety Stand-Down Week 2022 to Prevent Falls in Construction runs from May 2-6, 2022 and brings awareness of safety and fall prevention in the construction industry across the country.
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.