After a short time of learning the ropes, I became the top performer. A few months latter I was promoted to site manager. Suddenly, I had to manage contractors, equipment, and jobs. When I got the keys handed to me, it was a mess. Paper everywhere, everything was written down, then called in to a main office in California.
It would take me 12 to 14 hours a day to keep up with my contractors, give out and maintain inventory, track the jobs that were completed, reporting everything to the main office, deal with customer calls and issues, and finally building the routes for my contractors to do it all again the next day.