I have a list on my whiteboard of more than 150 quality companies who for whatever reason just can’t seem to find the right person. Putting you together with them is all about timing, or circumstance, or maybe I misunderstood what you were all about.
I was scanning some old files and found this positive endorsement of our company. We were in our 5th year back then. Kimberly had just earned her degree in Accounting from Canisius. If I am not mistaken, she is now a Controller at a prestigious law firm. I’m proud of her! I regret to inform […]
u ppl suck making $$$$ on someone elses back…terrible …u will never get truely skilled help..I hope
7 out of 10 people hate their jobs. We exist to fix that. In Buffalo NY since 1998, Squarefoot Tradesmen has introduced nearly 900 temporary labor positions and more than 4,700 full-time, successful, construction-related careers. That’s 5,600 jobs over nineteen years! We have winnowed and honed our process to a point where we can boast […]
There are three ways to get a job in the construction trades. 1). A referral from your friends. This is arguably the best way to go as long as your friend is working at a great company. 2). Surfing Craigslist. Hundreds of job posts. A few might be from righteous companies. Most are not. How […]
First, A little history In 1989 John Krytus opened a company called Apollo Construction Co. They established themselves as a residential remodeling company. In a move to grow the company Mr. Krytus began bidding larger commercial jobs. Of course, when he won those jobs he did not have the people to get them done. He […]
We promise to do our best to always do the right thing. We promise that your application with Squarefoot Tradesmen has a much greater chance of landing you the job you want, then if you applied to any single construction company on your own. We promise not to waste your time. Headhunters often get a […]
Generally, we dress business casual. Sometimes the guys wear sports coats. On rare occasions, we’ll be wearing nice jeans. If you’re coming from a job site, we totally understand that and are fine if you come as you are.
According to CareerXRoads, in 2012 of the companies polled less than 1.2% of new hires came from the mega job boards Monster.com or CareerBuilder. That means that 98.8% of those who uploaded all of their personal information wasted their time. What does that mean for all of your personal information? Who has it? How is […]