some good some very bad , survived it all
Construction Worker and general laborers (Former Employee) – Norwich, CT – August 25, 2016
some good some very bad , you can make the best of it at times , many of times the middle management was the problem . very bad office atmosphere elicit activity , you had to pay for hours and jobs . some managers would even violate company policy hiring family and friends, another bad part of the job was the addicts that they would send you on jobs with , absolutely made it hard to get through a days work many of times . I would have to take charge most times just to keep clients happy , and not fire everyone on the spot , sometime addicts would not like that ,and I was even attacked once . through it all there were some young men and women who were there in the thick of it with me just trying to make through the tough economy the whole country was in back then . we kept each other sane and safe as best as we could . there were not many jobs at this time so we stuck it out for what ever reason . not all management took part in this behavior , but some how they got rid of the good ones , most of them . the good who remained were pretty much turned or corrupted to take a blind eye . in the end it was very sad what has taken place there .
flexible at times, access to OSHA job sites . contact with different employers throughout New England, able to learn skills in all trades due to versatile nature of the services we provided .
bad reputation at times in the industry, hard to get respect from many clients, many office staff were extremely disrespectful, degrading towards workers, you had to pay to get hours on the low