Pros: none - well, it's a paycheck
Cons: poor management, lack of communication, no supplies, constant fear of losing my job
This is your typical "bait and switch" construction company....which more and more of them have become. People in management positions have never touched the actual craft, yet are expected to be general foremen, and, worse, superintendents. Most of them have to have their hands held by more seasoned, lower paid personnel in order for them to get through the day. Job hours are all over the map. No consistency, no supplies or materials. If you need a harness, you have to go steal someone else's. Tool rooms are poorly stocked. If you're desperate for work, have at it. If you're not, wait it out if you can. These people bid this job to go on for 5-6 years and they intend to milk it out for all it's worth. Oh, and conflicting superior orders? Nearly got my butt fired for doing as one superior told me and then another one came along and told me I wasn't allowed to do that. TOTAL LACK OF COMMUNICATION OR DIRECTION.