Outsource Opens Second Location in Florida

 

Outsource is pleased to celebrate the September 20, 2022 opening of our new office in Miramar, Florida. It is our second office in Florida (along with Tampa), and the company’s 22nd location nationwide.

Tri-County Coverage

The office will serve the tri-county region of southern Florida, from Miami to West Palm Beach and handles both low voltage and electrical verticals.

The South Florida office is led by Stephen Pelaez, who has been with Outsource for five years and brings a wealth of experience and established contacts in the region from his previous position working in our Tampa office. Stephen will be joined by Joe Marchesano, who will serve as the location’s Sourcer, and the two are ready to take advantage of the area’s booming economy and rapid expansion.

Dedicated Training Space

The new location will also have a dedicated training space that is expected to be operating by Q1 of 2023. The location will train low voltage cabling and electrical technicians to create a viable talent pool of skilled talent to meet the high demands of the rapidly growing market. Our specialized training is perfect for those looking to transition into a skilled trade and we also offer the OSHA 10 course that covers job safety, health, as well as job site etiquette.

Tool Set for Trainees

Training at the Miramar office is not only free, but Outsource will also pay you for your time upon successful completion of the course. Trainees will also leave with a complete set of tools, including a tool pouch, a punch down tool, a multibit screwdriver, snips, sharpie, electrical tape, and PPE (hard hat, safety gloves, safety glasses, and safety vest).

Next Day Staffing

Stephen and Joe will provide the same level of service and talent that our clients have come to expect from Outsource. We offer same day account set up, our work is guaranteed on every placement, and we deliver on demand as early as the next day.

For more information about the South Florida location visit Outsource.net or contact Stephen Pelaez at 813.321.4088.

Outsource is a temporary staffing company specializing in quick and reliable on-demand labor and highly skilled technicians. We support a wide range of blue-collar industries including: low-voltage, electrical, fire alarm, security and controls. The company employs over 2000 technicians weekly on jobsites across the continental U.S. and many of our technicians go on to permanent placement opportunities. Outsource works with the leading national system integrators and major electrical contractors in the United States and, with 22 U.S locations, we can staff any project in the nation.

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Outsource Continues To Grow With New Charlotte Office

 

Outsource is pleased to announce the June 1, 2022 opening of our Charlotte office, the company’s 18th location nationwide.

Charlotte’s Booming Economy

The office is led by Shelby Singer, who has been with Outsource for over five (5) years, working in Sales & Account Management in San Diego. She takes on the new adventure with her fiancé and their dog, Mila. With the move to Charlotte, we will be perfectly placed to take advantage of the city’s booming economy and rapid expansion. The city is one of the country’s major banking hubs and offers easy access to North and South Carolina. The office will serve both low voltage and electrical verticals.

Dedicated Training Space

The new location is complete with dedicated training space and we are already looking to hire a Recruiter by the end of June to focus exclusively on the Charlotte market. Until then, Nashville’s Branch Leader Garret Godwin will be serving as Shelby’s right-hand man and processing orders for Charlotte.

Growing Talent Pool of Technicians

The location will train low voltage cabling and electrical technicians to create a viable talent pool of skilled talent to meet the high demands of the rapidly growing market. Out specialized training is perfect for those looking to transition into a skilled trade. All trainees are also provided with an OSHA 10 course that covers jobsite health and safety

Free Training Provided

Training is provided free of charge and all trainees are paid for every hour that they spend in the program. Trainees will also leave with a complete set of tools, including a tool pouch, a punch down tool, a multibit screwdriver, snips, sharpie, electrical tape, and PPE (hard hat, safety gloves, safety glasses, and safety vest).

Same Day Account Set Up

Charlotte will provide the same level of service and talent that our clients have come to expect from Outsource. We offer same day account set up, our work is guaranteed on every placement, and we deliver on demand as early as the next day.

For more information about the Charlotte location visit Outsource.net or contact Shelby Singer at 704-909-6611, shelby@outsource.net.

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Outsource Nashville Celebrates One-Year Anniversary

 

Outsource recently celebrated the one-year anniversary of the opening of out Nashville office, the company’s 16th location nationwide, and one of the most successful startup branches the company has ever produced.

Growing New Partnerships

Managed by Garrett Godwin with Recruiting headed by Marie Fuchigami, who bring over 14 years’ worth of experience between them, the office has outperformed all expectations thanks to the team’s ability to build and grow new partnerships, strengthening existing relationships, and through the acquisition of new talent. We are currently looking to hire a Recruiter to focus exclusively on the Nashville market and handle all of Outsource’s core competencies and main verticals.

Deep Talent Pool of Technicians

Additionally, the Nashville office’s training capabilities have created a deep local talent pool of technicians that allows us to supply OSHA certified, entry-level low-voltage installers to our clients in the Nashville market and around the country. It’s one of the major strengths that separates Outsource from the competition

Hire Talent for Tomorrow

Nashville will provide the same level of service and talent that our clients have come to expect from Outsource. We offer same day account set up, our work is guaranteed on every placement, and we deliver on demand as early as the next day.

For more information about the Nashville location, or the Recruiter position currently open, visit our Careers Page or contact Garrett Godwin at 615-649-0524.

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Los Angeles showing much potential for Electricians and Low Voltage technicians to find work in 2022

 

Starting in Los Angeles in 1998, Outsource has worked to build strong relationships with all types of Electrical, Structured Cabling, Audio Visual, Security, and Fire Alarm Contractors throughout Southern California. We’re busier than ever in 2022 showing much potential for Electricians and Low Voltage technicians to find work and stay busy in Southern California.

Sustained Growth with New Projects

Large projects are a key component to the market’s growth with some already under construction and or ready to break ground in 2022. Los Angeles is especially seeing sustained growth with new construction in the Entertainment, Technology, Infrastructure, and Distribution industry sectors. Another large component of recent and future growth in Los Angeles being Tenant Improvement and Remodeling projects.

Entertainment Continues to Grow

The Entertainment industry in the City of Angels has been the backbone of the economy for decades and continues to grow with projects at SoFi Stadium in Inglewood, Top Golf in El Segundo, as well as Amazon, Apple, Netflix and Spotify offices in Hollywood and Culver City.

Infrastructure and E-Commerce Generating Jobs

Infrastructure projects at LAX terminals and parking lots, Port of Long Beach, as well as a few Metro LA projects are creating jobs in many industries, mainly construction and skilled trades, like Electricians and Low-Voltage installers. Distribution and E-Commerce fulfillment centers are also booming eastward in San Bernardino and Riverside counties with the help of companies like Amazon, Walmart and Target all expanding their distribution channels with new warehouses and facilities.

Jobs for Electricians and Low Voltage Trades

All this activity is presenting a wide variety of job opportunities in construction, namely jobs for Apprentice Electricians and Journeyman Electricians as well as Low Voltage trades, like Structured Cable Technicians, Audio Visual Technicians, RF and DAS Technicians, Security and Fire Alarm Technicians, and Low Voltage Installers. Outsource will give you the opportunity to work with local electrical, cabling, and system integrators throughout Southern California.

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Industrial and Commercial projects in Houston Creating Uptick in Jobs

 

The Houston market continues to diversify its economic portfolio with expected growth in the industrial sector as the city continues to expand into 2022. Land is the driver for large industrial companies seeking space as well as residential and multi-family developers.

Rise of E-commerce

The distribution industry is seeing a large uptick with companies like Amazon buying up large sq. footage distribution space. The city should continue to become a national distribution center due to the recent rise of e-commerce.

Expanding Construction

The inner city of Houston is the host of many mixed-use commercial projects as well as hotels, and large office tower buildings. Hewlett Packard also continues expansion of its large global HQ campus in Spring, TX. Healthcare is also a major driver of construction work, always looking to beef up its medical infrastructure all over the city.

Jobs for Electricians and Low Voltage Trades

All of these factors contribute to thousands of job opportunities for construction workers, specifically for electrical and low voltage contractors. Skilled trades continue to be in high demand and comparatively to other major cities nationwide, Houston’s cost of living is still beneath the nationwide average.

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Construction Projects in Florida are Creating Jobs For Electricians And Technicians

 

The state of Florida isn’t just your vacation destination anymore. It has become one of the most sought-after places to move since 2020 with over a million individuals and families relocating. Huge driving factors are construction projects in Education, Transportation, Industrial, Technology and Entertainment sectors. About 1,000 people per day are flocking to the Sunshine state for better opportunities.

Infrastructure and Transportation Projects

Large projects are a key component to the market’s growth with some already under construction and or ready to break ground in 2022. In the Infrastructure sector is booming with maritime projects at the Port of Clearwater, Port of Tampa, Port St. Lucie, Port of Charlotte, Port of Jacksonville, and Port of Miami. Airport projects are also taking off in Tampa, Orlando, Ft. Lauderdale, and Miami. The Space Aviation sector also seeing growth with NASA and SpaceX both on the East Coast. Rail Transportation is also contributing with the Sunrail project connecting Melbourne, Daytona, and Orlando via high-speed train.

Healthcare and Entertainment Projects

Other industries like Healthcare are breaking ground in 2022 for medical facilities funded by BayCare, Moffitt, and Advent Health. Entertainment and Tourism have been a staple for the Florida economy for decades yet still seeing growth with Disney, Universal, and Legoland parks all with current projects to be completed by 2024.

Jobs for Electricians and Low Voltage Trades

All this activity is presenting a wide variety of job opportunities in construction, namely jobs for Apprentice Electricians and Journeyman Electricians as well as Low Voltage trades, like Structured Cable Technicians, Audio Visual Technicians, RF and DAS Technicians, Security and Fire Alarm Technicians, and Low Voltage Installers.

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San Antonio sustaining job growth with variety of developments

 

The San Antonio market is seeing several notable projects get underway to kick off the New Year for a wide variety of industries including Federal, Education and Multi-family mixed-use development. A new federal courthouse in downtown, expansion of UTSA’s main campus in the North part of town, and the Villas of Echo East are some of the noteworthy projects to list.

Destination for Job Opportunities

Growth in this market has been steady over the past decade, as San Antonio remains a Top 15 destination for construction workers. This growth is presenting a wide variety of job opportunities in construction, namely jobs for Apprentice Electricians and Journeyman Electricians as well as Low Voltage trades, like Structured Cable Technicians, Data Center Technicians, Security and Fire Alarm Technicians, and Low Voltage Installers.

Data Center Expansion Key to Job Growth

The data center space is also a key component to the market’s growth with Microsoft’s ongoing datacenter expansion continuing for the next 3 years, with a project value of 213 million. The large project, being managed by leading General Contractor, Turner Industries, hosts companies looking for talent in the electrical, low voltage, security/fire alarm, a/v, and HVAC industries. San Antonio boasts a small-town feel in a big city atmosphere and should continue to see growth as the city expands its borders and pushes itself further into the uninhibited Texas Hill Country.

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Denver expands job opportunities for Electricians and Low Voltage trades

 

Denver’s expansion in recent years has provided great job opportunities for skilled workers in trades like electrical, structured cabling, security and fire alarm, A/V, and HVAC Controls. Recently Outsource has a lot of growth in the Low Voltage job market and we’re expecting an expanding market in Denver, Fort Collins, and Colorado Springs with the help of the Outsource Training Program.

Training Skilled Trades

Heading into 2022, the skilled labor shortage is the biggest obstacle to projects completing on time and on budget, so the Outsource Training program was implemented to build a larger skilled labor force to fill open Cabling jobs, Security and Fire Alarm jobs, A/V jobs, or HVAC Controls jobs all around Colorado. Most of the companies looking for skilled labor help are now opening their doors to entry-level candidates due to the shortage.

Job Growth for Electrical and Low Voltage Industry

New construction and tenant improvements are the main forces of job growth for the Electrical and Low Voltage trades. Investments within Education, Healthcare, Real Estate, and Infrastructure are funding notable projects such as the Rocky Mountain Hyperloop, Commuter Rail, and Tunnels throughout Colorado. These projects allow for continued job growth for Electricians and Low Voltage technicians along the Front Range.

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Simple Fiber Optics Safety Tips Your Workers Need to Know

Over the years, fiber optic cables have improved voice and data communication in countless applications. Not only is the flexibility of the technology remarkable, but developments in the various systems of communication have shown even more uses for fiber optics.

fiber safety tips

Over the years, fiber optic cables have improved voice and data communication in countless applications. Not only is the flexibility of the technology remarkable, but developments in the various systems of communication have shown even more uses for fiber optics. At the same time, it is important to be aware of these fiber safety tips as there are health dangers, some of which may be difficult to detect yet can be avoided by taking the proper precautionary steps.

Here are ten fiber safety tips to protect your workers as they work with fiber optics:

  • Protect their eyes

Every worker in the area must wear safety glasses with side shields. Fiber shards and splinters could enter the eyes, so even those who already wear glasses must also use safety glasses.

  • Avoid food and drinks

Tiny glass fibers could be floating in the air wherever fiber optics are being produced or installed. Something as simple as a drink of water might carry slivers of glass into the throat and esophagus where they can cause lacerations and internal hemorrhages.

  • Warn them against touching their face

Although some people thoughtlessly touch their faces at work, they will need to break that habit when they work with fiber optics. Small splinters from the fibers can enter the soft skin on the face and be hard to remove.

  • Wear disposable lab aprons

Every worker should be provided with protective aprons to reduce the fiber particles that collect on their clothing. If these particles collect on clothing, they could be ingested later through food, drink, or the air.

  • Provide a well-ventilated work area

Your workers need to be breathing clean air as part of a safe working environment. Tiny glass particles become dislodged when the fiber optic cables are moved. A well-ventilated area will help move the particles away from the workers.

  • Use caution when looking into the end of a cable

Before they look into the end of a fiber optic cable, your workers should always use an optical tracer or continuity checker to ensure that the fiber is dark. A power meter can confirm that there is no light source at the other end of the cable.

  • Keep combustible materials at a safe distance

Equipment such as curing ovens and fusion splicers can ignite flammable materials. Your workers should always make sure there are no dangerous materials near this equipment.

  • Contact lens wearers beware!

Those who wear contact lenses must always wash their hands thoroughly before handling their lenses. Glass shards can be transferred to the surface of the eye and cause lacerations.

  • Dispose of scraps properly

Don’t allow your workers to leave scraps of fiber optic material on the shop floor. Walking on them can cause particles to be dislodged and enter the air.

  • Keep all work areas clean

A well-organized cleaning effort for each work area will ensure the safety of all your employees.

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What are the Best Work Boots for Your Shift?

Many men and women work in physically demanding occupations and understand that sore muscles and other discomforts are all part of the job.

Many men and women work in physically demanding occupations and understand that sore muscles and other discomforts are all part of the job. And while there may not be much that they can do to eliminate the physical stresses, there is no need to add sore feet to them.

That’s why it’s essential to find a pair of work boots that will hold up under the demands of an active workday while protecting their feet and keeping them comfortable. That sounds like a tall order, but doing your research and following certain criteria makes it possible to find work boots meant for you.

Ask Yourself a Few Important Questions

  • Does your type of work require steel-toe work boots?
  • If you work around liquid spills, should your boots be slip-proof?
  • Do the boots have to meet Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) standards?
  • Do they also need to keep your feet warm during cold weather?
  • Should they be a certain color to meet your company’s dress code?
  • Are you required to climb ladders on the job?

The Proper Fit Should be a Top Priority

Boots that are too short or narrow will end up causing you misery from pinched feet, while those that are large and loose will cause rubbing and painful blisters. Here are a few suggestions for getting the right fit:

  • To get the most accurate fit, wear your work socks while trying on a variety of boots.
  • Do your boot shopping later in the day when your feet are slightly swollen.
  • Test for the proper length by sliding your foot forward until it touches the front of the boot. Then, bend your knee forward, and make sure you have the width of your index finger between the heel of your foot and the back of the boot.
  • Your boots should bend at the ball of your foot, not at your arch.
  • Your new boots should provide a firm foundation for your foot’s arch.
  • Lace-up your boots in the store to ensure that they are fitting properly and feel comfortable.

Consider the Weight of the Boot

While works boots are typically heavier than other types of footwear, if they are excessively heavy, they could be a drain on your energy. It might pay to choose a lighter weight boot that still gives you the protection and support you need.

Your Work Might Require You to Wear Steel-Toed Boots

If there is a danger of heavy objects falling on your feet, you’ll need to choose a pair with steel tips to protect your feet from being crushed. These boots will be heavy because of the steel toes, and the only other option might be to buy a boot with the toe area made of a lighter-weight composite material.

Leather Material is Usually Your Best Option

Full-grain leather has all the features you would want in a work boot: it’s pliable, lightweight, strong, and durable. It’s not surprising that most high-quality boots are made from it.

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