What would you suggest The Miller Group management do to prevent others from leaving?
Get up to date equipment. Invite me to a Christmas party. Teach hygiene. Better wage. Allow time to move personal campers to new site. Personal auto use benefits ie: gas allowance, coupons for oil changes, new tires.
Company ownership has changed so perhaps things will also change - company policies state one thing, local management selectively chooses which policies they wish to follow. No consistency in how employees are treated; seasonal workers (even long term ones) are not given any respect.
Being micromanaged - you claim to hire “only the best” yet don’t trust/allow us to do the job we were hired to do.
Some unionized employees have medical, dental, vision coverage - depending on position. At least one union contract excludes benefits for entry level positions. Non-union employees have the option of medical, dental, vision, matching pension contributions after enough hours.
Lack of support from management. Working away from home/family for long periods of time, not knowing when you will return. Short notice on pretty much everything - poor planning or communication on management’s part - not sure which. Once crews are out of town, home office seems to have an “out of sight, out of mind” about them.
What is it like to work with Miller concrete company? The reason for this question is because working in a concrete environment where you have so much actively involves safety is number one priority, so every one have to work as a team and family, safety is 1oo% for me in every workplace and outside of the company.
Safety could be taken more seriously there, but it is not bad. The real killer of the job is the boredom as there is a lot of down time.