Deez Nuts Electrician Shirt

EDIT1: ABOUT EMPLOYERS BUYING TOOLS We are responsible for buying our own tools, we knew this Deez Nuts Electrician Shirt into the industry. Only dealers sometimes provide tools for mechanics. Most shops will have certain big main tools, like an engine hoist or stand, machinery, torches, lifts, stands. They supply randomly needed tools like heat guns, Sawzall, etc. And there is usually one crummy shop box for lube techs filled with garbage tools but tools lube techs need. But the real tools we use are ours and our responsibility.

Deez Nuts Electrician Shirt

Deez Nuts Electrician Shirt

To suggest otherwise is to Deez Nuts Electrician Shirt the entire industry change, that won’t happen. Shops shouldn’t reimburse anyway, why would they. Do they belong to the shop? Then who is responsible for them and what happens when tools get lost or go missing snd nobody claims responsibility. How many sets of tools are you asking this business to buy? We have to buy our tools, but they are OURS. If we quit them with us, we take care of them because we paid good money for them and need them to do our job.

Deez Nuts Electrician Shirt

Deez Nuts Electrician Shirt
Deez Nuts Electrician Shirt
Deez Nuts Electrician Shirt

Most of the best mechanics I have met have the greatest tools, and they get paid really well. There are a lot of idiots in this industry who “like cars and that’s why they do it” even though they can’t build an exhaust. There is always one guy you don’t want using your tools, that guy would ruin every ‘Deez Nuts Electrician Shirt box.’ At least in the private industry. Yes, I am w2 not a contractor, just about every mechanic is considered a w2 employee. I’ve never met a contractor that worked at a shop full time as a tech, that person would be an employee, not a contractor.