Actually be a wind tech for a day in the hottest and coldest conditions, perhaps you would gain a little more respect for what we accomplish in those types of environments.
Answered - Wind Technician (Current Employee) - Illinois
Focus on retaining employees who add benefit to the company and removing those who don't. Pare down management. Hire more non-management employees. Listen to complaints. You do receive them and choose to ignore them. Pay attention to the fact that you are losing contracts and go speak to the people who warned you that you were going to lose them years ago. Stop the cronyism and nepotism that is rampant in your company.
There is so much wrong, start fixing something. Tangible change should be visible in a couple of weeks. You started a big push two years ago and nothing has changed for the better.
Answered - Manager (Former Employee) - San Diego