About CLP Resources
We are a skilled trades staffing company providing skilled tradespeople to a broad range of contractors, and rewarding employment opportunities to a qualified workforce. We recruit and hire the best and brightest tradespeople around, then match them to each contractor's specific job requirements.
When you start your career with us, our local office – more... staff will take the time to get to know you - your experience, skills and interests - so we can find work you can take pride in. With CLP on your side, you don't have to search for your next employer - we are your employer! – less
CLP Resources Employer Reviews
Operator/Installer (Former Employee), fort stockton tx – July 3, 2014
"...love working for this company always working and great pay..." - 1 similar reviews
Solar Panel Installer (Former Employee), Desert Center, CA. – January 29, 2014
"...My co-workers for the most part were easy to work with and the hardest part of the job was working in 115 degree weather but you get use to..." - 1 similar reviews
Electric Panel Installer (Former Employee), Albuquerque, NM – July 16, 2014
Certified Electrician (Former Employee), Los Angeles, CA – July 16, 2014
Labor/Installer (Former Employee), Avondale, AZ – June 29, 2014
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