11182017Headline:

Phaze Concrete Ready for Economic Boom in Industry by Having Strong Workforce

Nov 13, 2017 - (Newswire)

​​Starting out just pouring driveways and working on small residential concrete projects, a small group of industrious men in 2003 formed Phaze Concrete. From that point on, Phaze has become a leader in the industry and respected around the country.

Through hard work, satisfied customers, and dedicated employees, Phaze Concrete is setting the bar and breaking the mold when it comes to many aspects of the concrete industry.

Based in the beautiful state of Utah, it would be easy to overlook the company when discussing some of the top concrete construction companies across the country. That stigma goes away once you read about what Phaze Concrete has done over the past 14 years.

While Phaze Concrete has become a highly successful and respected company for their work in the construction business, it's the way they are treating their employees, which is gaining glowing attention from the United States Government.

In recent years, Phaze Concrete has been collaborating with the Department of Labor's Department of Apprenticeships. This has ensured that the quality of the type of educational programs and courses that are provided to their employees.

Phaze Concrete has taken a big step in giving their employees an option to not only better their chances of moving up within the company, but also better their lives off the worksite.

The concrete company now provides one of the 37,000-plus programs from all over the country that provides free training and courses to their workers and families. None of these training programs and courses inside the company are unionized anymore. This proves that businesses and employees can work together toward the same goal.

Phaze Concrete believes that every one of their workers should have a chance to earn the necessary experience to be ahead in the concrete and construction business. This is why they set up the apprenticeship program — so that the employees so can learn lifelong skills. These programs can help the employees further their careers, on and off the worksite.

This initiative is fully supported by the White House Office of American Innovation and was highlighted during the May 2017 G-20 Labor and Employment Ministers' meeting. This is just more examples of this Utah concrete and construction company becoming nationally respected by others in the industry.

Not only does Phaze Concrete help their employees advance their careers within the company, but also with their overall education. 

This is why Phaze Concrete has let their employees, regardless of age, to complete their GED if they do not have a high school diploma. This offer is also extended to the families of their workers. 

One of the driving reasons for this country's economic boom is the construction industry. In fact, millions of workers are employed within this particular sector. 

President Donald Trump has also made a commitment to making sure the infrastructure and business in this country will advance as he continues his term.

This means that the demand for construction projects and jobs will start to increase as well over the course of the next year. Phaze Concrete has mentioned that they are ready to handle more duties across the western part of the United States.

To make sure they are ready, Phaze Concrete is already adding more workers to their crews at various locations. This is so that they will be able to meet the long list of jobs that will be coming their way.

Other preparations include researching new materials and ensuring that each employee is adequately trained in cement and the skills of working for these particular jobs. Maintaining performance standards, cooperation, and industry integrity — these are the three principles and goals that will continue to be the part of the mission statement for Phaze Concrete for years to come.

Original Source: https://www.newswire.com/news/phaze-concrete-ready-for-economic-boom-in-industry-by-having-strong-20049931

What Next?

Related Articles

Leave a Reply

Submit Comment