A construction craft professional was just assigned his first supervisor position as the jobsite foreman. Things went relatively well while the crew was small. As other crafts ramped up, it was necessary for his crew to increase in numbers to keep the job schedule on track. As he was accustomed to working with an experienced crew, he didn’t know his new hires for the jobsite would be less experienced and more entry-level.
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Arthur Ehmling joined MAREK in 1981 as a Drywall Craftsman after 12 years in the retail grocery industry. Having distinguished himself as a leader in the field, Arthur was elevated to Leadman, Foreman, and then Supervisor.Read full bio