There are a total of many employees at this company. Working together with the same people all day, everyday breeds a high level of familiarity between us, but after a couple of years we seemed less savor a labor crew and more savor a family. For better or worse, because families tend to fight. Every one of us have really had more than a few fist fights on labor sites in the past, although never in front of customers. At least the guys have the good sense to box each other in private and not sit next to the Heating in addition to A/C labor van under our logo. I wouldn’t put it past them, savor most Heating in addition to A/C techs the women can get pretty rowdy. Even Betty, who runs the office and drives the van occasionally, is a bit of a roughneck. The Heating in addition to A/C industry is traditionally male-oriented, and Betty has to be double-tough to make her way in this business. What the other women don’t think is that even while she works full time she is taking night classes for her own Heating in addition to A/C certification! She confided in myself and others that she didn’t want to be a secretary all her life, she wanted to make better money as a certified Heating in addition to A/C tech. I approved of her plan, and even helped pay for her first round of Heating in addition to A/C prep courses. In a few more months she will surprise her coworkers by showing up as a certified Heating in addition to A/C tech. I think Betty will have a long and prosperous work, because being the only female Heating in addition to A/C tech in the area will make her sit out.