Trades LLC, a premier staffing agency specializing in the trades and construction industry, is expanding to California and Utah. It aims to bring its expertise and professional staffing solutions to a broader audience. The new branches are headed by experienced professionals Logan Maynard and Adam Dickinson. They bring 30 years of experience supporting employers and providing inclusive safety, quality, and productivity cultures.
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TRADES LLC JOINS AGC of UTAH
Trades LLC, a premier staffing agency in Utah, is excited to announce that it has joined the Associated General Contractors Association of Utah (AGC). Trades LLC is the newest member of the construction industry association, which represents more than 600 construction companies throughout the state of Utah. SALT LAKE CITY, Jan. 1, 2023/ — “We areContinue reading “TRADES LLC JOINS AGC of UTAH”
10 Reasons You Should Use Recruiters for Construction Workers
As a manager, you know that finding and hiring quality construction workers is essential to the success of your projects. And while you may be tempted to hire workers through word-of-mouth or online classified ads, using recruiters can be a more cost-effective and time-saving option. Here are 10 reasons why you should use recruiters forContinue reading “10 Reasons You Should Use Recruiters for Construction Workers”
Ever Wonder What Happens When You Click “BUY NOW”?
A case study of a global leading company with a hundred Fulfillment locations stands in a better position then ever to take on the future, with the support of staffing by TRADES, LLC. The Challenge This global online sales company known as “one of the most influential economic and cultural forces in the world” providesContinue reading “Ever Wonder What Happens When You Click “BUY NOW”?”
5 Keys to the Millennial Mind
We are in a time of positive construction and engineering (C&E) forecasts. This gives us in the industry serious growth opportunities and excitement towards the future! The Concern? Many employers report having significant issues hiring enough workers to even staff their current projects, let alone upcoming ones.