National Safety Month: What Should You Do if Your Company Puts Productivity Before Safety?

What Should You Do if Your Company Puts Productivity Before Safety?

  A significant percentage of American workers say their employer puts productivity ahead of safety, according to a new report from the National Safety Council. The organization surveyed 2,000 workers nationwide and discovered 33 percent said productivity is more important than safety to their employer. Alarmingly, the percentage who said safety plays second fiddle at… Read more »

Honoring Our Heros

NSC would like to take this Memorial Day weekend to honor and remember the extraordinary courage, commitment and bravery of those who served in the United States Armed Forces. We honor those who served a role in American history, who have sacrificed time away from loved ones and those who paid the ultimate sacrifice to protect the freedoms… Read more »

The Future is Bright for Workers in the Solar Power Industry

Opportunities in the solar power industry continue to multiply as the sector saw an increase of more than 51,000 jobs in 2016, according to research from The Solar Foundation. Each year, The Solar Foundation puts out a report called National Solar Jobs Census and the latest edition showed a 25-percent growth in employment from 2015… Read more »

TCC Partners with Virginia Ship Repair Association in Marine Welding

Originally posted by Tidewater Community College, January 30, 2017 A new partnership between Tidewater Community College and the Virginia Ship Repair Association (VSRA) offers marine welding training for students seeking employment in one of the hottest fields around. TCC will graduate its first class as part of the VSRA Pre-Hire Marine Skills Training Program on… Read more »

A Message from the CEO 

Last year was a challenging but remarkable year for all of us here at NSC. During our 16 years in business there is one thing that we have come to count on, our business is predictably unpredictable.  There are so many outside forces that drive our success; the economy, energy prices, military spending cycles, world… Read more »

Happy Birthday NSC

Today marks NSC’ 16th year in the industry! Paul Rodriguez founded NSC in 2000 in his parents’ garage. Paul’s goal was and still is to provide continual employment to our workforce and prides himself on putting American workers to work. Today NSC has grown into a leading national staffing provider servicing diverse industries including; Oil… Read more »

TCC Partners with NSC for Welding Training

Tidewater Community College’s Center for Workforce Solutions and NSC have partnered to provide high quality certification training in welding. TCC has leased NSC’ welding testing facility in Portsmouth with plans to offer customized training that meets the needs of employers in Hampton Roads. “The lease of this facility from NSC will expand TCC’s ability to… Read more »

NSC Employee Spotlight – Ross Carter

NSC promotes strong values and a culture of appreciation! This week NSC would like to feature Ross Carter for providing continuous outstanding customer service!   Here is what a few of our customers had to say: “I wanted to let you know that Ross Carter has been instrumental in supporting our program. Ross has taken… Read more »

NSC Joins Forces With Tidewater Community College

We are pleased to announce that NSC has partnered with Tidewater Community College’s Center for Workforce Solutions.  The college has leased the NSC weld testing facility in Portsmouth, VA.  TCC Workforce Solutions’ mission is to provide high quality certification training that meets the needs of employers in the area.  As you know, NSC’s mission is… Read more »

NSC Announces Its New Drivers Division

Due to a shrinking supply of labor, shipping departments and companies must use a range of solutions to keep the necessary amount of commercial truck drivers on staff. NSC is proud to offer one of those solutions: NSC Roadforce Drivers Division, a new service that provides DOT compliant CDL and Non-CDL drivers for all types… Read more »