Work 8-10 hours on repairing, servicing, inspecting and diagnosing equipment.
I learned to work more independently and work around another crew (body men) doing another type of work (we shared eight bays)
I learned more about forestry equipment and new types (tigercat, link-belt).
Management: upper management was excellent and very helpfull. my first shop foreman was difficult, didn't communicate well, and was inconsistent, however he was a good mechanic, he left to pursue a different direction, and the new shop foreman gave excellent leadership. The business itself was very well run and employed a large staff.
my coworkers were pleasant, especially once the first shop foreman left, everyone got along well, as there was friction between him and others.