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Opportunities in the construction industry

Opportunities in the construction industry

In Britain there has always been a severe shortage of individuals willing to make the necessary commitment to the construction industry. The extra hours, manual graft and training scare off many potential workers from learning the skilled trades but with many struggling to find work, employees are having to look for alternative futures. The UK has recently seen record numbers looking to get into the construction industry with opportunities aplenty. Property maintenance providers Adrem are making their mark as the industry’s market leader, by heavily investing in the company’s infrastructure and are looking to grow their team. They have recently taken on 12 new staff to join the expanding team and roles are available for plumbers, electricians, decorators, carpenters and other key tradesmen. Details to be sent to careers@adrem.co.uk This property maintenance company truly believe in staff investment and opportunities and are willing to invest in young people so they can get their qualifications and be the best that they can in the business. For example, in September 06, Adrem took on Luke Pittaway, 21, who is now a qualified employee at Adrem (plumber) and is studying for his gas qualifications. The company sent him to college on day release over 4 years at an estimated cost of £5k a year to Adrem. Luke now has all the right skills and qualifications and a profitable career ahead of him as an employee at Adrem. Adrem’s Managing Director Tom Galvin comments,“To be the best you need the best so we are searching for and recruiting the best people in their fields and acquiring the best tools to enable the team to deliver you the best service possible”.http://www.adrem.co.uk/
 

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