Seasonal workers- Basis of economies

By on June 18, 2013
Seasonal workers

The majority of Tradesmen and tradeswomen have seasonal jobs that are directly related with the market trends. “Industries that have a higher than average representation of seasonal workers include agriculture, construction, information, culture and recreational services, forestry, fishing, mining, oil and gas, business, building and other support services, accommodation and food services and transportation and warehousing”- Statistics Canada.

The main challenge for these workers which varies between 3% and 10.3% of the Canadian Labour force is to find a job, in the right [geographical area], and at the right time of availability. Multiple programs and unions have tried to tackle this seasonal workers job problems and have faced hurdles due to the complexity of finding the right jobs, at the right time, in the right place, and in the right sector.

The availability of jobs for the seasonal worker plays a great role in the development of the economic growth of the country. Construction jobs and industrial jobs are used by the United States Congress as an economic indicator and is published on a monthly basis. These interrelated webs of information, combined with the undeniable challenges of companies to find seasonal workers, have never been tackled until one today.

TradesCraft.com is a job-board website designed and created by renown professionals in the Industrial, Construction, Petro-chemical and Retail industry. After an extensive analysis of the markets, the economic trends, and gaps in the current systems, TradesCraft.com is conceived to connect the Employers to the Trades at the right place and at the right time, even if it is in the future.

This major database of Tradesmen and Trades women that are looking for [jobs in Construction], [jobs in the Industrial Sectors], [Jobs in Canada], [Jobs in Alberta], [Jobs in Newfoundland] and even[ jobs in Australia], provides the employers with the right information to strategically schedule their projects and understand the labour availability risks on their projects.

Whether the employers are looking for Carpenters positions, Pipefitter positions, Millwrights positions, Operators positions, Technicians positions, Electricians positions or any other trades, TradesCraft.com’s sophisticated back-ground algorythms allocates the right person for the job and provides the employer with the availability, experience, current job and even references for the potential employees.

Having tackled the challenge of associating the Tradesmen/women [looking for a job], with the [employers that are looking for Tradesmen/women], Tradescraft.com is considered the pioneer Job Board and Human Resource management tool in this subject.

TradesCraft.com is not simply a job board, it is a network of skilled trades and the associated supervision that connects employers with the right job seekers for specific posted job.

TradesCraft.com is the ultimate job network for skilled trades.

source: Statistics Canada, Labour Force Survey, CANSIM table 282-0008

 

 

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