Q: What do you wish you knew about your job when you first started out?
Maintenance Technician in Brentwood:
"Listen and Learn."
Listen and learn everything your boss tells you because you will be able to take the skills you learn anywhere you go in the future.
Maintenance Technician in Largo:
"Anything, as I was new to the field."
Take advantage of any tuition assistance your company has to offer as any further knowledge could help you advance quicker.
Maintenance Technician in manufacturing:
"Would they give me the opportunity to become a journeyman th."
There are more opportunities right now and skilled trades then there are qualified people to fill them.
Maintenance Technician in Greenville Michigan:
Always be willing to learn new things and be dedicated to your job and always give 100% at everything you do.
Maintenance Technician in mobile alabama:
"Seeking a new career."
My advice to new employee is Safety First always be aware of your surroundings and always have a plans. For some reason if you have to go in working area always have a lock out try out procedure.
Maintenance Technician in Bakersfield:
"I wish I knew then that I know now. To much politics."
Be careful what you ask for. Research the jobs you apply to before accepting the job.
Maintenance Technician in Kansas City:
The way I like is what they did back in the day employees were treated like that were liked and wanted and appreciated now days they don't have that.