WILMINGTON, N.C., Nov. 6, 2015 /PRNewswire/ -- Tradesmen International, LLC, an industry leader in construction staffing and labor-cost containment, opened its 111th Sales and Recruiting Office in Wilmington, North Carolina. This new location will allow Tradesmen to service area construction and industrial businesses with job-ready skilled craftsmen while providing trade professionals with career opportunities and job stability.
Area Manager, Steve Dubicki, leads the Wilmington skilled craftsmen staffing office. "This is an important move for us as, not only will this office focus on helping area contractors meet skilled labor requirements, the location will bridge the geographical service gap, providing full area coverage for our clients across our other established North Carolina markets, including Raleigh, Greensboro, and Charlotte.
"Stephen Boykin, General Manager, will leading the launch this office. Stephen has a strong familiarity with this market, and he has already collaborated with area contractors on construction past project throughout the state. This direct familiarity with the area will aide in our efforts to more quickly grow our client-base and ultimately provide our craftsmen employees with consistent work in and around the market."
Tradesmen International has been providing contingent skilled labor to construction and industrial partners for twenty-two years. Partners benefit from Tradesmen's recruiting expertise, having at their disposal pre-screened craftsmen in all trades, at all skill levels. The severe shortage of verifiably skilled craftsmen across North America has otherwise made this a daunting task for construction an industrial business management. In addition, Tradesmen's business model centers on enabling partners to sustain a balance between workload and workers which traditionally helps businesses achieve exceptional profit margin gains. The company's continuous relationships with multiple contractors in an area enables Tradesmen to provide their skilled employees improved job stability as when one project ends the employee is already being seamlessly assigned to the next project.
For more information about Tradesmen International's various labor-related services, visit: TradesmenInternational.com
For Office, Sales and Construction Trade Career Opportunities visit: jobs.tradesmeninternational.com
Steve Dubicki, Area Manager
Tradesmen International, LLC
2712 C Exchange Dr.
Wilmington, NC 28405
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