Are you looking for a great way to offset some of your expenses? Does your organization benefit from the Work Opportunity Tax Credit or WOTC? If not, now is the time to start! The WOTC was recently extended for eligible veterans and non veterans who begin work for an employer before January 1, 2014.
Are you looking for an opportunity to learn more about driver staffing or driver leasing? Our staff is on hand at the National Private Truck Council Annual Conference this week and would love to meet with you and discuss options for your business!
For more information on the NPTC Annual Conference click here!
Have you noticed a pattern in your employee turnover rates? If you are noticing a large volume of your new hires are not working out, chances are some simple changes to your hiring process could save you a lot of time, money, and resources. Not sure if your process is to blame?
Does your company specialize in something other than drivers? If so, hiring a safe a qualified CDL driver can be a serious task. Due to the nature of their product line, many manufacturers, retail facilities, and warehouses employ their own driving staff. Unfortunately due to strict DOT regulations, insurance, and other factors these employers may be opening themselves up to costly and dangerous liabilities.
Have you submitted what seems like an entire tree’s worth of resumes and still haven’t landed the job? While applying for multiple positions will certainly increase your chances of landing a position, sending out a resume or CV with certain mistakes can quickly get you ruled out for any position. Here are some quick tips!
Whether you are searching for Marine Electricians, Shipfitters, or Pipefitters, the search for qualified skilled trades people with marine industry experience can be difficult. In our niche market, marine staffing has it’s own set of diverse challenges that can be difficult for those inexperienced in the industry to overcome. Let’s face it marine contractors across the world are able to find talent and get in forward motion, so the questions remains how do they do it?
Are you in career transition or looking for a fresh start? MoneyRates has recently released their list of of the best states to make a living in for 2013. Comprised based on average wage and unemployment data, the cost of living, state tax rate information, and the Workplace Environment rankings; the list can give you some insight into where to center your job search.
The top 10 states include:
While the financial atmosphere may be ideal to make a living in these areas, locating the ideal position for you may still remain difficult. With economies in some other states still struggling, these states may find an influx of qualified talent seeking long term careers. Having the right representation may be the difference between landing a mediocre position and your dream job.
Trillium is proud to serve top talent candidates and leading employers in the following areas of the top 10 states to make a living in 2013.
Are you a stand out professional, technical professional, or skilled worker seeking contingent, temporary, or long term career opportunities? Visit our job seekers section for more information! Want to learn more about how you can gain access to Trillium’s national network of professionals and skilled workers? Contact us today!
Trillium, a national leader in staffing and recruitment is a valued staffing partner to over 5,000 companies nationwide. Trillium is privately owned by Oskar René Poch.
If you have recently had a need for pipe fitters for a commercial or industrial project, it’s likely you’ve experienced some difficulty in locating trained talent. According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, the demand for pipe fitters is expected to grow by 26% by 2020. The growing demand is fueled by upgrades in technology and industry regulations. What does this mean for your workforce needs?