Q: What is it like working as a Laborer?
Laborer in Knoxville:
Pros: Meeting new people and building new things.
Cons: Low pay scale and hard work seasonal.
Laborer in Charlotte:
"Nice hrly rate but would love a raise."
Pros: Laid back, very understanding when a family emergency happens.
Cons: Management, including the owner himself, are majorly counterproductive. They think us people, that know how to are, are incompetent, they are very ungrateful for the man that spends a 14 hour day there to feed his wife and kids who wake up without dad there and some nights are the same. "if" the owner or the general manager respected any of us more than the dollar, would be heaven sent.
Laborer in Reading:
Pros: Get to work outside, different places everyday, good work out, small business etc.
Cons: I do not really dislike anything about it.
Laborer in Seguin:
Pros: Fast paced, good attitude with people.
Cons: No raises, not enough employees.
Laborer in New York:
Pros: Everyone is close and happy together.
Cons: When there nothing to do.
Laborer in Macomb:
"Intense, difficult, & at times stressful yet still enjoyable."
Pros: I like the constant change of jobs and types of work we are doing. I like the fact that I get to see products as they finish and feel accomplished every time. I like knowing that my hard work paid off in the end.
Cons: I don't like the idea of not being able to control more of what's going on is respects to getting things to done in a timely, more planned out matter. I dislike that I'm constantly being thrown into a supervisory type position because of the lack of quality worked we employ.
Laborer in Southfield:
Pros: The field of work.
Cons: I feel ten dollars an hour isnt enough.