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Have procedures in place pertaining to the job at the specific site you work at. Have monthly safety meetings with all team members. Show appreciation for the staff once a month. Hire a admin to take care of all the paperwork involved. Hire additional staff for daily operations. Hire new managers.


12hours per day on a days nights mix. You only end up working 14 days a month


The biggest challenge was not completely snapping at the complete hash they made of my training. It was more akin to trolling.

Every task: "Do A, then B, then, C..."

You do A, B, and, C.

"Not bad, but I would have done it this way: C, A, and then B"

Then why didn't you tell me to do it that way in the first place?

No wonder it takes so long for people to finish training. There is no consistency.


High vis, and work boots. Though with the amount of gossiping that went on, you'd think: aprons, orthopedics, and, hair curlers.


Be honest and be yourself and don’t be scared they are great


For certain jobs .


Not enough. Started at $31.50/hr. Ended at $32/hr. Asked for raise and was let go, despite other mechanics being paid more


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