California's new labor law, Assembly Bill 5 (AB5), changes how independent contractors are classified. This has the potential to affect millions of workers, including your craftspeople. Learn more about AB5 and its potential effects before you staff your next skilled worker.
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The blue-collar worker shortage has long been a problem that the American economy has attempted to remedy. Despite the attention the issue has received, there have been few successful solutions.
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A generation of skilled trades pros is retiring and taking a lifetime of skills with them.
When you help workers learn new skills, you also help your business.
The time to deal with this looming short in skilled craftspeople is right now.
PeopleReady Skilled Trades and Generation T are changing the perception of skilled trades and encourage more workers choose this rewarding career path.
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PeopleReady Skilled Trades go the extra mile for our customers - and we aim to do the same for them. Through our new Respect the Craft program, we award our hardest workers with the help of customers
Debunk these myths so you can attract and keep skilled tradespeople who will help your business succeed.
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Those with career and technical educations are even more likely to be employed than those with academic credentials. Let’s look at a few reasons why the skilled trades are a worthy career route.
How can firms better attract skilled craftspeople with the labor pool tightening every day? Staffing firms like PeopleReady can help.
The demand for talent such as pipefitters, electricians, plumbers, and carpenters continues to remain strong. Unfortunately, employers consistently struggle to find workers with these skills.