Go over safety in morning and briefing of what u will be doing that day nobody rides ur butt about production just give therm a good day's work and they r happy
1. Managers have ego disputes with each other and will target anyone.
2. Managers do not value you and view you as disposable.
3. Work is most often busy throughout. In early stages of the project there is a lot of reading and responding, emails are cluttered and often repetitive because too many people do a "Reply All" or send information in "Groups' when that information is already filed in the system. None of the Managers read their email in a timely manner. They ignore most emails for weeks at a time.
4. When in the thick of construction there are many contractors to meet with every day and each conversation is critical. Keeping great tracking methods to ensure that all issues are followed up.
5. It's hard to avoid problems with Yates Management because even though they are working on the "Project", there are frequently lots of project issues Managers are ignoring and hiding from the team and are waiting to be confronted because they WILL blame you for it somehow. - So be thorough with all of your communication and WATCH for odd emails that look like someone is "angling" for an excuse or opportunity to blame you for it.
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