RECRUIT TRAIN RETAIN
IEC has the workforce tools needed to recruit, train and retain your workers! This monthly resource is all about Workforce, and designed is specifically for the person in charge of workforce. You can look for this information source the 1st Wednesday of each month. We are delivering our Workforce Power Source Bulletin to all IEC member workforce contacts.
We know it’s all about hiring, training and keeping your workers. Let IEC help you with this. If you find this information useful, make sure to pass it on to anyone you think could use it.
Please be sure and update your Workforce Contact information with us. If you’re not sure who is listed as your company Workforce Contact, please reach out to Kevin Ward at firstname.lastname@example.org with questions or updates.
Take a look at what IEC has for you!
IEC Basic Skills Installer Program: August class was filled! 30% of the Installer applicants have been hired and are in the IEC apprenticeship program. The next Installer Program begins September 1st. Register your new workers to attend here. If you hired a worker from an IEC Career fair or one of the new IEC Basic Skills Installer Program graduates, it will be great if you let us know! We have a quick and easy way for you to tell us who you hired and when! Click this quick link and let us know!
Introduction of the Accumulated Credit Transfer (ACT) Program – We will be working with qualifying local high schools to offer their graduating Electrical Program Completers an opportunity to enter the IEC Apprenticeship Program either at the 1st Year, Second Semester or 2nd Year, 1st Semester.
“BUILD Your Talent, DON”T BUY It” initiative.- (IEC’s approach to creating your needed workers)
How do we do this? Engagement with local schools. (Develop early interest in the field)
- Recruiting packets provided to contractors meeting with students
- Invitation to regional Workforce alliance groups. CEFGA & AGC brings teachers and contractors together
- Engagement with Work Ready Programs around the state See schedule.
- Transitioning veterans to the electrical field
LADDER: IEC’s Experienced Worker Recruitment Tool Just for Members!( Post jobs and search for experienced workers using Ladder) 24 Hires! 93 Jobs Posted!
- General Description of Ladder: Click here.
- Ladder Introduction Video: View here.
- Ladder Onboarding Form for IEC Atlanta/Georgia Members: Click here.
- Go to www.ladder.com to post for experienced electricians.
- Video Tutorial of Job Posting & Candidate Review: View here.
- For assistance with Ladder, contact: Alex Stewart – email@example.com, 404-514-9409
More to come as we grow and improve our workforce efforts!
Providing growth opportunities will help your workers see a future with your company. We can help prepare them! Technical and Management Training – Code Classes, CEU license renewal, estimating & more.
Insurance Programs – Group health, 401k Retirement, P&C, Workers Comp
How IEC’s 401K Plan Works
Additional communication channels for Workforce Contacts. We now have the capability to send text messages to accompany email announcements. If you would like to take advantage of this please provide us with a cell phone number to include in your IEC profile and be sure to “Opt In” when prompted by “DRG ECS on behalf of IEC ATL/GA”. This will allow you to receive text message prompts when workforce information is sent.
CBA – Article 240 & 450 Onsite
Tuesday, August 17, 2021 | 4:00PM -8:00 PM
Tuesdays, August 17th, – August 31st, 2021 | 5:00 PM – 9:00 PM
Tuesday, August 31, 2021 |4:00 PM -8:00 PM
Mondays & Wednesdays, September 1st – September 29th, 2021 /Saturday, September 11th| 5:00 PM – 9:00 PM/ 8:00AM – 12PM
Essential Estimating Skills (In Person / Onsite)
Friday, Saturday & Sunday , September 10th, 11th, and 12th 2021 |8:00AM -4:30PM