At the heart of PeopleReady Skilled Trades are the craftspeople we send to jobsites every day around the country. Their jobs aren’t always easy and are often performed in difficult and dangerous working conditions. But it’s these hardworking
men and women who we rely on every day to help build America.
Recruiting and retaining talented construction laborers and tradespeople is the most urgent business challenge facing the construction industry. Providing appreciation and respect in support of their hard work is essential.
To show our respect for the hard work and dedication of our valued workers, PeopleReady Skilled Trades launched RESPECT THE CRAFT, a recognition program that rewards 6 workers each month for their dedication to working for PeopleReady Skilled Trades.
To us, RESPECT THE CRAFT is more than a rewards program. It’s a core value that guides us in our work every day. We treat our workers like family. We take pride in rewarding high performing employees who display valued qualities and behaviors. That
solidifies the perception that every employee has unique strengths and talents that are appreciated by those around them.
Our non-negotiable commitment to keeping them safe on the job rises above all else. We appreciate and respect our workers, and what they do for our customers every single day.
For each full week you work without a missed day, you will receive one raffle ticket.
At the end of each month, we will choose one winner at random. Winners will be notified by phone and e-mail the last business day of each month.
Your prize will be presented at your jobsite. We will notify the client that our local branch team will visit to award the prize. Will share pictures and comments on the local and national social media.
He is a team player, leader and knows various trades. He has been an asset to each project he has worked on and we look forward to many more years with him.
Mr. Hinds is on time and never absent from a project. He is always willing to assist other craft persons on the projects he is on. He worked through Covid diligently until his site shut down and returned immediately upon clearance being granted.