Have your Regional Managers stress to their Local Management and Field Supervisors that employee morale can mean the difference between a 2 day employee and a 20 year employee. A Thank You or Good Job wouldn't hurt now and then. I made it about a month before I became so frustrated with how their entire process was running, and staff was treating me that I had to go. Another poster is correct when it comes to safety also. They will teach and stress all the safety rules and dangers you are used to in general construction ( i.e. Hard Hat, Blower for Manhole, Safety Boots...) But not even the supervisors practice these rules. I'm now making $6.00 more an hour with no drive cam, no stress from field techs, and being able to work with morale and pride for my new company.
My advice would be a way to get all Regional Supervisors?, State Supervisors? together from Coast to Coast and try to communicate a common plan. A percentage rate hovering around 50% shows that something is obviously not working.
Maybe everyone should be on the same level, instead of trying to run the jobs how they want to individually.