CLP's Eric Feinberg Featured on Industrial Today

Sugar Land — April 26, 2010 — Researched by Industrial Info Resources (Sugar Land, Texas) — In this economy, you have dozens of people applying for every job you post. Why would you consider using a staffing firm? Join Eric Feinberg of CLP Resources, along with host of “Industry Today” to learn how specialty industrial staffing companies can help you save time, control costs and grow your business. Click here to hear this or any of the more than 465 previous "Industry Today" webcasts covering topics important to industry spending, including trends, outlooks, and focus segments on specific industries.

Employing thousands of specialized craftspeople nationwide, CLP Resources Incorporated (Reno, Nevada), a wholly-owned subsidiary of Tacoma-based TrueBlue Inc. (NYSE: TBI), has the ability to deliver Journeyman millwrights, electricians, pipefitters and other skilled trades to a broad range of construction and plant projects in industrial, government, energy and commercial sectors. With more than 20 years of experience in the marketplace, CLP understands the unique challenges of industrial project settings, specializing in long-term and time-sensitive projects, and can provide craftspeople anywhere in the United States. CLP works with some of the nation’s largest construction companies and developers, including more than 100 of the ENR 400.

By partnering with CLP, you don’t have to wade through hundreds of resumes for 10 positions. Why hire permanent staff if you might have to lay them off? With CLP, you don’t have to handle the costs and liabilities of layoffs, unemployment insurance, workers’ compensation and COBRA. CLP handles legal compliance, record keeping, payroll processing, evaluation and ongoing administration of each member of the team. For more information, call 1-800-CALL-CLP or visit www.CLP.com.

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