Diesel Technician, Loretto, MN - May 3, 2016
Not enough work to go around or way to much work for the amount of people. Poor scheduling communications and work tended to overlap too often. People in management were nice but the management and business investment mindset was not there. Low budgets meant I learned how to improvise a lot. The hardest part was working with the parts manager who charged for every single washer and butt connector. He also almost never believed you and had to see for himself to make sure you were right. I enjoyed the people I worked directly with and their company.