It’s not as easy for integration firms to find short-term/temporary, qualified help as it is for most trades? The reason is pretty obvious—work done on integration job sites requires reliable skill, training and experience.
However, many integration firms are in desperate need of help for myriad reasons:
- They’re working on a project outside of their core geographic area
- They’re working on a large project with a tight schedule
- They’ve won more projects than their current manpower can handle
Add to all these scenarios that the integration firm doesn’t feel comfortable or doesn’t want to interview, vet and hire full time employees to carry the extra load.
These are among the reasons that Almo Professional A/V launched its Installation Services division, providing integration firms with trained and background-checked employees offering services such as site surveys, mounting and testing the equipment, removing packing materials and more are included.
Integrators, of course, have many questions about third-party labor:
How can they be sure the on-site technicians will be qualified?
Will the third-party technicians represent their company and brand well?
What type of vetting is done?
What’s the best way to manage third-party employees?
What legal considerations should be weighed when using third-party employees?
During this free webinar, Almo Pro A/V business development manager Jay Saret answers these questions and more. Moderator Tom LeBlanc, editor of CI, is joined by an integrator leveraging Almo’s Installation Services and they explore the impact on his firm.
If you’re struggling with labor challenges and aren’t convinced you should expand your staff, don’t miss this free, informative webcast.