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What company is best to work?

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I'm studying HVAC and I want to know what kind of work are we doing and what stuff are we going to study. #business

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Bob’s Answer

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There are several sites on the internet, should you type Best to work Companies in Texas. Also, you can click on to various cities for Best to work companies in XXXX Texas city. In addition, Fortune Magazine offers a listing of best companies.

As to considerations for best to work, the culture of the company is key. Does the company and its executives/managers respect their employees? Is the culture one of honesty (truthful with employees-suppliers-customers), fairness (promote from within), supportive (employee benefits), career oriented(training programs-certificate and/or degree payment support), ethical (provide what the customer or client needs rather than what it wants to sell them).

As you target prospective employers, try to speak with some folks who work there or have left their employment. If the company is local perhaps you can discover where the employees congregate on their off hours (bar, restaurants, gym, et cetera)-speak with them about their perception of the company. Or, perhaps you can identify customers of the company and ask them their views.

In any case, the culture must fit with your personality, your goals and how you wish to be treated.

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Dominic’s Answer

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One place to start is on lists like these that give a general sense of companies which people appear happy to work at.

https://www.greatplacetowork.com/best-workplaces/100-best/2020

But it is just as important to understand what priorities you have from work or a career before deciding on "best". Once you have a good sense of what you expect in a career, it becomes easier to identify roles which match your expectations and therefore are likely to find more meaningful experiences within.

This encompasses remuneration, but also other factors like work-life balance, available time with family, opportunity to travel, whether the role you seek is aligned with your interests, whether the company culture is aligned with your worldviews.

Would recommend meeting with a career counselor for guidance first and only once you have priorities in place, shortlist companies and roles you think you would want to work for.
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Angela’s Answer

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There are many companies you can work with a background in HVAC. There are positions in construction once the building is complete, to provide that service in a home or commercial buildings.

Emcor and Johnson Controls come to mind for companies to work for , but there are also small businesses you may want to look at as well.

Good Luck Brian, and if I find some other information, I will send it to you.

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