pffff hahahahaha, thats so good. im definitely gonna play the rookie tricks on him.I've never done much new construction and would not tolerate some of the hazing.
If you have a scrap wood stash take some with you and intentionally cut a piece short.
Tell the new boss you need to go get your "board stretcher" from your truck.
sort of staying a step ahead.....
i've been in construction for about 4 years now, its what i want to do and im working on taking my skills to the next level. if i remain with this guy long term great but i dont know what the future holds.Way to go!:thumbsup: Hope it turns into a career for ya!:thumbup: (if that's what you want)
FYI DO NOT stop looking for a job.(TRUST ME ON THIS!:sadi've been in construction for about 4 years now, its what i want to do and im working on taking my skills to the next level. if i remain with this guy long term great but i dont know what the future holds.
yes trust me if i find something better ill be gone. my old boss and i ran into each other and apparently 2 guys quit on him for personal reasons, so he wants to take me back on. i told him im going to be starting with this other guy but i can work part time out work with him so i can work for both of these guys. a friend of mine might be having me work part time, my ultimate goal is to work for him full time. he's one of my best friends, and one of the few people i can spend serious amounts of time with.FYI DO NOT stop looking for a job.(TRUST ME ON THIS!:sad
NEVER turn a job down out right. ALWAYS give the current employer first right of refusal.
I made mistakes in turning down job offers some equal some potential of greater out of loyalty and then BAM!:furious:
But I'm sure you're smart enough to focus on the job at hand and becoming indispensable first.:thumbsup:
Good luck again!:thumbup:
BOY HOWDY if that isn't a sound POV!:thumbsup:Don't burn your bridges working for two different companies - some guys get territorial and paranoid (not that I know anything about that :shifty. Just clear it with your F/T job before doing anything P/T.
And working with friends isn't always the dream deal - even if you two tolerate each other, like to be around each other, blah blah blah...work is work, and when he has to put the hammer down, you may feel hit harder than if you were just an employee.
Easy there big guy...im going to give you one big guess.
heres a few hints
this is a construction forum
im posting about a job in a construction forum
i've been doing construction for about 4 years.