Triad bridges their client's labor need with human capital.
Pros: the experience and knowledge gained from exposure to myriad manufacturing operations.
Cons: lack of advancement/ pay increases results in this position's utility being a "stepping stone".
Bridging human capital with client need is the nature of the niche that Triad fills. It should be stated that Triad's managers perform admirably in this capacity. There is a sense of community almost like that of family that is cultivated by management among it's labor pool members. Co-workers generally are congenial and lend support to each other throughout the typical blue-collar day, which is essential to fulfilling the labor need of the client.
Lessons abound in a blue-collar day and even more so in a temporary laborer's position. Every client has their own processes and machines. Instructions whirl by as the "temp" must process the information, make the adjustments, and quickly find a way to match the performance of a seasoned operator- this is the hard part. The enjoyable part for me is that I always learn what must equate to at least a text book of knowledge at each client's operation along with meeting some of the best people.