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Old 07-03-2015, 01:27 PM   #1
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With my company expanding and looking for more HVAC and Kitchen Equipment techs to add to the fleet it has been a struggle to find qualified men or women our field.
Any fellow business owners know of a website other then INDEED.com to try to get qualified men in the New York City area.

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Old 07-11-2015, 09:57 AM   #2
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The following link might be a help.

http://hvac-talk.com/vbb/forum.php

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By qualified, I'm assuming you mean techs with experience. I can't help you there as HVACs isn't my field But, if you are willing to train, maybe recruit the local trade school, or work the various job fairs?
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My brother has been in HVAC for many years. They use manpower when they need to which is often. We are in SW Connecticut and he often is working in NY. He speaks highly of them.
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Ive tried most resume sites but have not found the experienced men needed. With expanding as fast as we are its a tough find... I will cont to look and search and if anyone knows anyone who is an experienced HVAC man we pay competitively and offer a lot of overtime.
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