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Some great individuals and teams that are unfortunately let down by very poor leadership. A lack of some fundamental business processes and tools hinder the workforce even though senior management is aware. A company paralysed by senior management arrogance.
Some great people and teams
Very poorly led
Terrible admin some of the worst in the industry. Never get paid correctly very rarely get pay slips. Ignore basic requests for PPE, unprofessional admin will literally sware at you over the phone.. unreal i know... Pay is good great bunch of colleges on the crew so direct work was brilliant and interesting. Over all very poor communication and structure and un professional but the guys and girls outside the office are great.
Lack of care
Work under pressure for long hours with low salary payment, low support from management and principals, inappropriate job/life balance, minor short-term jobs.
Nice Company Culture
Low salary, no support from management and weak job/life balance
Long hours Management failed on merger resulting in poor culture Politics in the job
Frustration caused by poor leadership By Board
Would check with lead designer tasks and priorities for the day. Find drawings and set to work. Some times it was mainly changing and upgrading drawings on the computer. Sometimes it was redlining drawings for future draughting. Sometimes checking back-draughting. Sometimes just checking for quality conformance. I learned that switchboards have got a lot more high tech than when I used to draw them thirty some years ago. The management was always active seeking new work opportunities for the company. My colleagues were as usual a mixed bunch, some better qualified than me and some less experienced who needed a little guidance sometimes. The hardest part of any draughting job is always checking and finding the correct technical information to ensure your design will meet customer/client standards. The most enjoyable part of the job was completing drawings signed "Ready for Construction"
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