My days was warehouse work unloading or loading truck and crates, cleaning and wrapping/boxing all kinds of items from homes. Going through houses belongings that were damaged from either flooding (mould), fire (suet), or sewage back-up (sewage) and listing all items that were salvageable or disposable content. Someways I would go to the damaged home with the crew and list and box or toss content on scene and do demolition work. I learned details of damage to homes and the effects it has to the framing of the houses and the effects the damage has on people.
Some co workers were like family, honest, hard working, and friendly. Some were difficult, to be brutally honest the would stab each other in the back, take everyday as free pay to sit back and relax, and steal belongings from Belfor.
Management was disappointing, nothing was being done about unfair treatment between coworkers.
The hardest part was working in an environment that has a good title throughout the city but behind the face was a huge problem between almost all staff.
The best part was meeting the few that were great to work with that supported each other, and learning so much more about the damage water and fire can do to peoples lives and homes.
Paychecks were on time
Underlying problem with management