Construction Foreman Advice

Q: What do you wish you knew about your job when you first started out?

Construction Foreman in Atlanta:
"Treat people with respect."
Keep a level head, listen to others, be persistent, work hard, learn your trade.

Construction Foreman in Denver:
"Physical demands and winshield time."
Ask for a truck as soon as possible 400+ dollars in gas a month is outrages. Talk to your supervisor often about moving up and taking on more responsibility and the money that should accompany that new positon.

Construction Foreman in Houston:
Pros: I love the challenge and the job it's self is very full feeling.
Cons: I don't like the fact I don't make industry standards pay after 2 years and someone hired with 0 experience makes 2x more than I do.

Construction Foreman in Oklahoma City:
"Hardworking .lead operator of large rendering opportunity."
Pros: Great inc. Great peoople.
Cons: Derive.

Construction Foreman in Minneapolis:
"Join the union."
Join a union. They will give you a fair wage and take care of your family. They will also train you properly.

Construction Foreman in Grand Rapids:
"Construction."
Pros: I like being able to look back on my work and see what I've built. I also like the ability to move up quickly in the company.
Cons: I don't like how because of my young age people treat me like I don't know what I'm talking about or pay me less then someone else just because I am younger.

Construction Foreman in Waterford:
"Nothing."
Treat the people you manage with respect, and lead by example.