Most companies don’t mind if you clocking in early as long as you’re working.@ROCKSTARPLUMBER
I go above and beyond at work and away from work for the company a lot. They do a lot for me. I live right around the corner so I don’t have any commute issues to worry about. I could never relate to nor understand being an hourly employee and there be an expectation to be 15-20 mins early.
Just remember that for a good hwile no one expects you to know anything. They just expect you to listen well, follow orders, and most importantly ask questions when you don't know. Don't struggle in ignorance because you feel embarrassed.Apprenticeship Day 8: Overwhelming amounts of new information but I'm hanging (I hope). Really enjoying the work but man do I feel awkward handling some/most of the tools. I am sure with time it will feel natural.
I’ve had to tell grown men to go home and take a shower, brush your TOOTH and put on some clean clothes without holes and without anything printed on the shirt unless it’s trade related.keep up your appearance, brush your teeth every morning, wash your face, clean shaven or kept facial hair, comb your hair and wear clean cloths.