Every time those guys have to work together on a project, I worry there is going to be an issue
A couple of months ago, my boss offered me a promotion and a raise. I honestly thought he was going to fire me when he wrote me an email asking me to come to his office at the end of the day. At the time, I was very excited about the prospect of a new job. The raise made it possible for my family and I to put a pool in the backyard and the promotion was a nice thing to add to my resume. This is my first time ever managing a large crew of men and women. I have a group of 20 certified and independent HVAC contractors on my crew right now. We are working on several commercial projects for one particular builder. The builder is putting up apartments and homes in several cities that are close by and we are handling all of the HVAC work. We will be putting in all of the ductwork, air conditioners, furnaces, and ventilation work. Anything that has to do with the HVAC system will be our responsibility. So far things have been pretty good, but a couple of guys got into an argument last weekend. I don’t think that the problem has been resolved. Every time those guys have to work together on a project, I worry there is going to be an issue. I warned both of the guys that they have to put their HVAC contract work at the top of the priority list. I have a list of contractors waiting to get on the jobsite if anything goes wrong.