How to Find Electrical Staff

Finding an electrician, a journeyman, a foreman, a cabling puller or a fire alarm technician can often prove incredibly difficult and incredibly frustrating. Instead of relying on referrals, lengthy interviews and an arduous decision making process, why not allow a staffing service to complete the hard work for you? With a good electrical staffing service, all you need to do is ask for what you want, and the technician needed will arrive at your doorstep.

Electrical staffing agencies are a dream come true for employers and employees alike. As an employer, you are able to place your trust in a reliable company to take care of something that can be very time consuming. Most agencies focus on keeping a large variety of staff that have been prescreened and are held to the highest of safety and training standards. When looking for an employee, many agencies offer a simple online form that you can fill out to request a quote and specific time and skills. By using temporarily provided staff, employers can save on time and employee costs. You will not be required to track and pay for an employee's field costs separately. Expenses such as FICA, SUTA, FUTA, unemployment, state and local taxes, worker's compensation and associated salary costs will no longer be on your plate. Many agencies will also pay for bookkeeping, recruiting and advertising for staff so that you are free to concentrate on the job at hand.

As an employee looking to find a job, an electrical staffing agency can be a great way to find employment and see new places at the same time. As a temporary employee, you will work from one contract to the next, but many agencies have so much work right now that technicians barely have time for a day off much less to complain about breaks between jobs. Holiday and vacation pay are pretty standard for agencies, and most offer insurance. For agencies trying to maintain a solid and reliable reputation, safety incentive programs are becoming more and more popular as a way to help employees keep up to date on safety procedures and practices. As a part of an electrical staffing agency, you could find yourself using your electrician skills in a new mall in Colorado, installing CAT5 cable to update an office in Ohio, working in a $ 500,000 home in Georgia, or converting an old ski lodge to a mental health facility in Pennsylvania. These agencies offer competitive pay, and are always looking to hire electricians, project managers, journeymen, cable techs, AutoCAD engineers and more.

Whether you live in Arkansas and are willingly in search of a job or are a company looking for ten reliable electricians for a new project in California, electrical staffing agencies with a national database and experienced recruiters are the answer. With most having easy to navigate websites in addition to toll free numbers, there is no reason not to learn more about making your work life just that much easier.