Pros: stable employment
Cons: promoting getting more done with less people
I managed up to 40 people so I never had a "typical" day. The consistent parts to each day were payroll, excel spreadsheets showing daily work and goals, providing work guidance, making sure goals were met and exceeded, huddles with my teams to prepare for each day, being available to answer questions or concerns from my teams, my management, my internal – more... and external customers.
I learned loyalty, accountability, professionalism, dedication and how to perform tasks in a timely and proficient manner.
My workers differed throughout the years but I got along well with everyone on all levels of employment.
The hardest part of my job was delegating the work. I often felt I needed to be hands on a lot of the time.
My most enjoyable part of the my days were being recognized for jobs well done. – less