I labor very often with a lot of entirely superb employees, and I try to treat each lady as if they are an crucial and pricey member of my team.
- I own an HVAC supplier that often specializes in indoor air quality solutions.
We have a number of repair members that are fully NATE certified. We offer many weird heating and cooling related services including all manner of cleaning and sanitizing ductwork, replacement of HVAC equipment, and even indoor air quality checks. We install AC units, gas furnaces, boilers, ductless options, and tons of radiant heat solutions. My team and I typically labor together to complete every single task. In the day, I schedule all of the tasks for the afternoon. If tasks are suddenly canceled, I send the employees to help out in other areas. No 1 leaves the job at the end of the afternoon until every single task is finished. When I was an HVAC employee, I know my least favorite part of the task was working late when someone else went home early. All of my employees go house when the last task is finished. It’s a team effort to try to finish on time and that means most people work harder. Even I join the women and gals if both of us honestly need to labor late. I do not expect anything from the crew that I am not willing to regularly supply myself. Last Monday night, I had dinner with my girlfriend planned at an entirely nice restaurant. The last task of the afternoon was an air filtration replacement and we were having a terribly taxing time. I did not leave until most people were ready to call it an afternoon.