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)-LOTS and i mean LOTS of hours during the busy seasons of the year -Plenty opportunities for growth (ie, obtaining CDL with no contract, drywall and knuckle boom certications aswell as cranes and class A if your branch has them) if your willing to work hard enough -from my experience the management seems to be great, always there to help you if you need it or have questions -Traveling to different places is fun and sometimes the scenery is worth the hard work to see -Most coworkers are a blast to work with and you can build great friendships - company regularly buys food for the whole branch (Source:

At ABC, we are committed to helping you stay profitable. We believe in individual “entrepreneurship.” That is why we use all of our buying power with suppliers to bring you a quality selection of materials at the right place and time, at a competitive price. I have learned over the years that the best way to keep our customers is to keep our promises. That is why we are America’s leading full-service roofing, siding, and window supplier. We look forward to being your dependable supplier! (Source: ))Although ABC remained a staunchly family-run affair (five of Hendricks’s children worked for the company in addition to his wife), it committed itself to adopting the new technologies and product lines that promised to protect its industry leadership. The computer technology that Hendricks had once decried as too expensive now managed not only ABC’s administrative, bookkeeping, and inventory functions but in 1997 grew to include a home page on the World Wide Web and a database that integrated the inventories of all the stores in a particular region. Moreover, Hendricks began monitoring possible applications for satellite technology at ABC and began introducing videoconferencing in each of his stores so managers could help solve each other’s problems. (Source:

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-By far the biggest Con for me is the pay to work ratio, as a class B driver you are expected not only to drive to your locations but to be the boss of whoever is on your truck, climb on a roof in all weather conditions and Handle 100% of everyload which is back breaking as it is(conveyer trucks) suffer from this the most. we are expected to be ninja warriors carrying 75-90 lbs bundles accross a roof of varring difficulty and slopes to only get paid a little bit more than what you could make just driving and not doing all the things mentioned above. some of the jobsites we are sent to just break your spirit somtimes and leaves you feeling like the world is out to get you. -Sketchy buisness practices, my boss in particular said these exact words" We dont normally talk about pay" which just implies to me that we arnt supposed to talk about pay which is why we have situations where newer employees are getting 2$ more than an employee that has been there for years doing the same job which is not fair in the slightest bit. -The weather, i have now worked in both the extremes of weather from the hottest day at 115 degrees to 15 degrees pouring rain, i understand this is just how the job works but its still absoulutly miserable and i wouldnt wish it on my worst enemy -Work place injurys are not uncommon. just about everyday now i have gotten hurt, I actually stepped on a nail and was bleeding a lot and could hardly walk on it but they expected me to finish 3 more jobs. not to mention the amount of stress and strain your back takes. basically if you want to work here and be a loader or driver expect to be a cripple in the next 5-10 years. -Work life balance is awful in the busy seasons. you have enough time to go home, shower take a poop and go to bed and thats its and by the time you reach the weekend you dont want to do anything because your body needs to recover. -when it slows down your lucky to even get 40 hours a week and have a chance to get laid off. (Source: www.glassdoor.com)

 

 

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