I loved my job/work with I did for over 20 years. Management has no backbone and despite raving about your work all the time, they will not say anything or have your back when you make an error... Different rules/punishments for different people. Just depends who you are.
Management in the department that I work is extremely poor and constantly brought drama into the work environment. Additionally, they were not receptive to suggestions from those doing the job, and spent most of the time having discussions behind closed doors or playing on cell phones.
It was part time through a temporary agency so I didn't have benefits. I learned a lot about the power business encompassing what happens when a grid goes down and the long hours workers have to put in in inclement weather.
My immediate manager was very good to work for and the workplace culture good.
The hardest part of the job was straightening the supply room. It was dusty and very unorganized.
The most enjoyable part of the job was the people I worked with and learning a new business.
Good people to work with, learning culture, and patience from my manager.
I worked as a contractor for Dominion Power. I liked the job but the position I held didn't have a latter for advancement. You would have to take another position. This was my goal. It's a know the right person kind of job, which I didn't know anyone, so I couldn't advance upward based on my skills alone. Overall a good experience.
go out in the field do your job could be over work or under ground work. something new every day[ ok ] like a family a team. working long hours after a storm. customers after a storm. working with a good group of people