August 2017

Electrical Safety Tips

By |August 22nd, 2017|

Some good safety tips for our recent candidates that filled our electrician/electrician helper positions.

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Learn a skill, Master a Trade

By |August 9th, 2017|

Did You Know: On average, commercial construction workers are paid 33% more per week than the rest of the country. Master a skilled trade and turn your passion into a paycheck. Thousands of men and women leave the trades every year, and there aren’t enough young workers to replace them. If we want our state […]

Five tips for surviving an active shooter in the workplace

By |August 4th, 2017|

We never want to imagine having to be put in a situation where we are trying to deal with an active shooter in the workplace, however; we need to always be prepared for the worse of situations.

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July 2017

Big things coming to Mobile!

By |July 19th, 2017|

There are several new construction projects that are making their way to the City of Mobile. The expansion from these projects are projected to create nearly 1000 jobs in the local area!

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Exceeding Expectations

By |July 15th, 2017|

Elevate! Workforce Inc. recently played a key part in a major tornado disaster restoration project. In January 2017, the William Carey college located in Hattiesburg, MS was hit by a powerful EF 3 tornado which devastated the buildings and campus. Elevate! Workforce partnered with one of the largest disaster restoration companies in the country by […]

August 2016

Finding Happiness in Your Workplace

By |August 12th, 2016|



“If I were to just try to follow or pretend I was somebody else, it wouldn’t be the most true and distinctive version of my highest leadership.”

Abby Falik

To achieve greater happiness at work, you don’t need your boss to stop calling you at night.  You don’t need to make more money.  You don’t need to […]

February 2016

Tips to Writing an Effective Resume

By |February 17th, 2016|

No matter how well written, your resume won’t get a thorough reading the first time through. In most cases the person reviewing your resume will spend about 25 seconds scanning it. It will have a negative first scan if it is hard to read, poorly organized or exceeds two pages.

Good Rules of Thumb Are….

Use a […]

December 2015

A time for reflection and to make 2016 ROCK!

By |December 23rd, 2015|

Over the last year, we all have been working hard to continually look for ways to add value to our personal and professional lives. As 2015 rolls to an end we should be looking into how we can approach our goals for 2016. Imagine starting next year knowing what you had to do to […]