Monday, February 28, 2011

Day Labor, Temporary Labor Flaggers and Traffic Control in Nashville, TN


Say you need a team of men to clean up a work site, dig a trench, or move a ton of drywall that was delivered to the wrong gate. Or you're a hotel Banquet Facility with a 200-guest wedding reception tomorrow. There are obvious benefits to hiring temporary workers. But there are also the not-so-obvious benefits that are worth considering.

First of all, a temporary labor company (like Trojan Labor) takes care of all the administrative costs of an employee. We take the application and verify work status; we screen him or her, administer drug-testing, and in the case of skilled workers, technicians, or clerical staff, we go over their resumes, references and work history. We do the talking with regards to pay, job description, regulations and responsibilities. If you require it, we'll do everything from background checks to monitoring the appropriateness of clothing. ("You'll need an all-white button down shirt with long sleeves... that's ironed," a staff member will tell a group of new hires at 5 am.)

We also supply the personal protective equipment that you may require, and carpool drivers to save you space on the jobsite. We even give our drivers a map to get them there on time. (All things you don't need to think about!) In addition, we shoulder the Payroll taxes, Unemployment Insurance, and Workers' Comp Insurance. This frees you up to build that bridge, that skyscraper, or to send the newlyweds on their happy way.

And likewise, when you find yourself with special projects, seasonal or peak periods, employee shortages... that's what we're here for. We also cover for your regular employees' illnesses, vacation time, maternity or disability leave, or plain old "sudden departure."

In other words, your business adjusts smoothly and quickly to workload fluctuations. But there's more. Dun & Bradstreet, the credit rating agency, says that hiring temps before you hire permanent employees ("temp-to-perm") is a good thing for your company. Not only does using a temp allow your company to "try before it buys," but it also allows the temporary worker to see if they like the work environment. And did you know that most temps will work harder for you if they know their work could lead to a full-time position? it's a fact.

Did you also know that for jobs that are expected to last less than six months, the cost of hiring temp workers is often more economical than the cost of hiring permanent employees with benefits? It's true. There are several reasons why. Based on your preferences, we can evaluate the worker without commitment and we take from a larger pool than you might have time to screen.

Some businesses take advantage of this regularly and employ temporary workers as an excellent and cost-efficient way to recruit and test the abilities of new workers before signing them on full-time. Other companies will repeatedly use the services of a temp worker who has proven to be a company asset. Hiring a temp can also be a good way to continue getting work done while you search for the perfect candidate for a particular job.


Oh, and one more thing: If our customers are ever unsatisfied with a temp’s work performance, all you need do is contact us and we will take care of the rest. To use business language, that's called risk-free, and we'd like to ask you to consider Trojan Labor next time you start pouring the foundation or giving the wedding planner a tour.
Our contact information is in the post below!

Tuesday, February 22, 2011

For all your labor and staffing needs, contact:


Carla Scott
Nashville & Surrounding
(615) 925-2148


Tresa Norris
Nashville
(615) 306-8185



Amy Beecham
Columbia & Surrounding
(615) 306-0834



Renee Perry
Clarksville
(931) 217-8785



Jason Campbell
Traffic Control
(615) 557-3385

Our Services

Have you considered temporary labor, day labor, off-duty police officers for security, unskilled day workers, skilled day labor and workers able to do all temporary jobs.

Nashville Tennessee Day Labor, Nashville Day Labor, Clarksville Day Labor, Columbia Day Labor, Traffic Control, Flaggers, Nashville Flaggers and Traffic Control

Have you considered temporary labor, day labor, off-duty police officers for security, unskilled day workers, skilled day labor and workers able to do all temporary jobs.

Nashville Tennessee Day Labor, Nashville Day Labor, Clarksville Day Labor, Columbia Day Labor, Traffic Control, Flaggers, Nashville Flaggers and Traffic Control

Have you considered temporary labor, day labor, off-duty police officers for security, unskilled day workers, skilled day labor and workers able to do all temporary jobs.

Nashville Tennessee Day Labor, Nashville Day Labor, Clarksville Day Labor, Columbia Day Labor, Traffic Control, Flaggers, Nashville Flaggers and Traffic Control

Have you considered temporary labor, day labor, off-duty police officers for security, unskilled day workers, skilled day labor and workers able to do all temporary jobs.

Nashville Tennessee Day Labor, Nashville Day Labor, Clarksville Day Labor, Columbia Day Labor, Traffic Control, Flaggers, Nashville Flaggers and Traffic Control

Have you considered temporary labor, day labor, off-duty police officers for security, unskilled day workers, skilled day labor and workers able to do all temporary jobs.

Nashville Tennessee Day Labor, Nashville Day Labor, Clarksville Day Labor, Columbia Day Labor, Traffic Control, Flaggers, Nashville Flaggers and Traffic Control

For All Your Middle Tennessee Workforce Needs....

Contact:


Carla Scott
Nashville & Surrounding
(615) 925-2148


Tresa Norris
Nashville
(615) 306-8185



Amy Beecham
Columbia & Surrounding
(615) 306-0834



Renee Perry
Clarksville
(931) 217-8785



Jason Campbell
Traffic Control
( 615) 557-3385