While we have been collectively opining, worrying and wringing our hands about the absolute lack of available manpower entering the trades, events outside anyone’s control have seemingly brought the issue national attention.
The skilled-labor shortage is on the minds of many in our industry, especially as budgeting decisions are being made for 2018 recruitment. Here, one large manufacturer discusses its strategy for tackling this growing problem.
The program was developed with the Minnesota Department of Labor and Industry to recruit, train and retain skilled maintenance workers.
Watts has published a new e-book – Water Safety: Protecting Our Communities from Backflow Incidents – to help early-career plumbing engineers and others understand the serious risks of backflow and what they can do to prevent it.
This year’s award winner is Timothy Kauffman of Chesapeake, Va., who is studying HVACR installation, service and repair at Tidewater Community College.
In the past year, the manpower shortage we face has become item number one on many business people’s list.
Union training is the gold standard for plumbing apprenticeships.
Mestek has announced that John Wrobel has joined its team as Director of Training and Development.
Oct 25, 2017
Zoeller Company discusses best practices to sizing the basin for successful lift station.
PHCC will share select events with RSES at next year’s conference, Oct. 9-12, in Albuquerque, N.M.