Do I need to get along with my construction employer?
So you think your construction employer is inept, arrogant or just plain lazy? You're not alone. A recent Gallup Poll found that a bad relationship with the construction employer was the No. 1 reason people gave for leaving their jobs. But if you want to keep moving up the corporate rungs, you better make nice.
Having an antagonistic relationship with your supervisor is a construction career killer. No matter how skilled you are, if you don't have a good relationship with your construction employer, your job is not secure.
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