The nature of overseas work means that if something can go wrong it probably will. Whether it is a logistics issue, a delay in funding, a change in the scope of work or even a cyclone, we realise that being adaptable is key to operating successfully in overseas markets.
We are able to offer our clients the ability to increase and decrease manning levels to fit their needs. Should the boat delivering materials be delayed, we can demobilise our staff with very little consequence. Should a deadline get brought forward we can increase the numbers at exceptionally short notice to ensure that your targets are met.
Below is a graph showing the number of Tradestaff Global staff on assignment with a remote construction project in the Pacific.
As you can see, the number of Tradestaff Global workers on assignment peaked at 107 on site and went as low as 25.
You will not be charged for staff between rotation; you only pay for the days worked and you can demobilise staff at short notice should the need arise. This results in a significantly reduced annualised wage bill, reduced HR administration and increased flexibility. We regularly see workers being demobilised, working somewhere else for Tradestaff Global or the Group business and returning to site as a client's needs require it. This demonstrated both flexibility and consistency of