The managers of this company are tyrants. When we were installing solar panels in 90+ degree heat, they told us we were using too much ice, and decreased the amount we could have (if they would get out of their trucks or leave the construction trailer they might understand why we were using so much).
I once saw people on my crew using drugs during a break. I told the project manager. He didn't do anything. It wasn't until a few weeks or a month later when the site manager found drugs on the property that they drug tested everyone on site (that day most of those people who I saw doing drugs on the job weeks before were let go).
Most of the management was VERY condescending. They would threaten you with your job at every chance they got.
They once forgot about me during a lightning stand-down. My job duties normally required me to work away from the rest of my crew. One day when lightning came, the bosses called for a lightning stand down, nobody told me, I continued working (in a large open field that was full of metal) until quitting time. I was even within eyesight of one of the construction trailers, and nobody came and got me. Even after that incident I was never given a radio, but continued to regularly work in solitude (although the benefit to working in solitude was that I didn't have to smell everyone else's cigarette smoke and hear their profaning).
The only reason why I continued to work here was because it was the only job I could find for the summer so I could pay for college in the fall.