Construction Labor Contractors is a construction staffing agency that matches skilled laborers to their next project and beyond. Whether you are a carpenter, HVAC technician, welder, etc., we have a large database of project managers and construction contractors looking for your skill set.
For our tradesmen, we offer reliable work with unparalleled benefits. From healthcare coverage and 401k accounts, to paid time off and professional relocation services, we support your long-term success. Our recruiting and staffing team are at your disposal from the beginning of the hiring process and throughout your CLC career. Get started today.
Here are some frequently asked questions about working for CLC:
1. How does your application process work?
In order to best match your skill set with open project opportunities, we need a little information from you. Fill out this form to get started. Typically, a Construction Labor Contractors representative will contact you within one hour. Our application process includes a reference and background check, drug screening, paperwork and ID documents. These steps will take just a few days. For more details, read here.
2. What happens if I need to relocate?
Whether you are looking for a change of scenery or your spouse’s job is forcing a move, our staffing specialists handle the professional aspects of your relocation. Because CLC has offices across the country, we can find skilled craftsmen opportunities for you almost anywhere. You can have peace of mind that when you arrive in your new location, a job will be ready for you. Learn about the success of our relocating services.
3. What does the payroll process look like?
We manage payroll in every state and offer direct deposit. Our staff personally handles timecard management, data entry and certified payroll reporting. You will receive your paycheck correctly, on time, every week.
4. How competitive are your benefits?
Working with CLC means that you will have long-term stability with a comprehensive benefits package, including health and life insurance, paid vacation and 401K enrollment. We not only provide medical, dental and vision coverage, but help you make sound healthcare decisions that help lower premiums. Learn more about our benefits.
5. Where are you located?
We are a nationwide construction staffing agency with multiple locations around the country. Our corporate office is near Cleveland, Ohio. In addition to our branch offices, CLC’s national accounts division helps place skilled craftsmen on projects that may not have a local office.
6. Is there lag time between projects?
Our staff is dedicated to finding you jobs and long-term stability. Our field agents know when your current project is winding down and will set you up with something new the very next week. Here is more information. Learn more about how to reduce lag time between projects with our continuous job placement.
7. Do you have an employee referral program?
Yes, we do. When a CLC craftsman’s referral reaches 100 total hours with the company, they receive a $100 reward.
8. What if I am interested in working with CLC, but am an unskilled laborer?
The skilled labor workforce is in high demand and we work with all skill set levels to get people matched to projects. If you are looking for an apprenticeship, we can connect you to one of our contractors. Or, we can set up an apprenticeship program through our affiliation with Associated Builders and Contractors, Inc. Here’s how to become a construction worker.
9. What type of industries does CLC cover?
Construction Labor Contractors serves many industries ranging from alternative energy to manufacturing. Because the construction industry is constantly evolving, we are always searching for talented laborers with specialized skill sets. Here’s a comprehensive list of industries we serve.
10. What trades and skills are you looking for?
Construction Labor Contractors offers construction jobs throughout the skilled trades industry.
Here are some of the positions we work with:
- HVAC Technicians
- Boiler Makers
- Concrete Finishers
- Drywall Hangers and Finishers
- Heavy Equipment Operators
- Iron Workers
- Machine Operators/Machinists
- Masonry Workers
- Metal Building Assemblers
- Skilled Millwrights
- Precision Millwrights
- OSHA Workers
- Skilled Pipefitters
- Skilled Riggers
- Sheet Metal Workers
- Skilled Shipfitters
- Tool and Die Makers
- Forklift Operators
- Maintenance Workers
- Oil and Gas Workers
- Assembly/Production Workers
Ready to get started? Fill out our application.