I am still learning patience, and CHDH thought me a lot of it. It is a company that is plan less. You cannot make a plan for an assignment because management needs something they neglected till the last possible moment, and now that is the only thing you are allowed to do. What ever you planned is now scrapped, but you still have to meet a dateline. Sadly there were never words of praise, or thank you
I don't procrastinate so I always avoided that type of friction. I am always early, but like to leave on time. Patience is what I learned the most.
Management never got close to me. They said good things about me, but they did not show it. And I tried so much to facilitate their work. My immediate supervisor never fought for me or anyone else.
My coworkers were mostly great, and I got along with them most of the time. I've had, as everyone has, friction with some coworkers, but for the most part, most of my workers cared for me and I did for them. They were my family.
The hardest part of the job was our computer system which never ran smoothly, and that led to having to do one task many times.
I had great fun with most tenants in all the buildings I worked under. You come to love and care for them. I miss them the most.