The cooling industry had enough room for every a/c serviceman in that session
Days filled with confusion were right ahead. Recruits were coming in, and their confusion continued for the first few days. Some of my colleagues relished this day. I could remember my first days, but not all were pleasant. We were meeting the recruits, and my responsibility was to onboard them. I always enjoyed onboarding recruits because it was a chance to get a fresh perspective and think about how we run our operations and work with the HVAC units systems. The air conditioning company is known for manufacturing quality air conditioners and offering excellent help with indoor comfort for our customers. Recruits are always excited to start working in a company with a strong reputation, as was our indoor comfort business. The onboarding process involves familiarizing the recruits with the old and new equipment and taking them through the different approaches to undertake when working on these systems. I also assign them to experienced air conditioning technicians who have honed their HVAC installation and service skills. A particular lady in this group of recruits seemed very interested in the processes. She asked many questions about the new technology on different systems and thermostats, not to mention HVAC maintenance. She also answered a complex question related to a multi-split air conditioning unit. She reminded me of myself when I was starting. I was so eager to learn more about air conditioning. We finished the day by going to various air conditioning provider stores for first-hand experience interacting with customers. The future of indoor air quality and air conditioning repair was in safe hands. The cooling industry had enough room for every a/c serviceman in that session. Though it was a long day, I always feel fulfilled when I impart my knowledge to young people.