We’re going to lose a great deal of money thanks to my boss

I work on a construction crew as a general laborer. I’m still regularly learning a lot about Construction & contracts, despite the fact that I work especially hard to soak up as much information as I can. I have been genuinely working for the same construction supplier for a number of years. During that time, I have taken care of a number of projects. I would easily be in charge of my own crew by now if I had my business license. Unfortunately, I do not have the currency to take the test. I still have a bunch of knowledge that comes in handy. My boss wanted me to bid on a construction task. I went to speak with the client & I spent a little while making sure that I had everything precise. I told my boss that I thought the estimate for the task should be around $4,500. My boss said the amount was too expensive & he told me to call the client & bid the task at $3,100. I did not have the desire to argue with my boss about the contract, despite the fact that I knew it was going to take our construction crew at least five days to get done with the work. I tried to protest, but my boss completely insisted that he was correct. The construction task is going to start on Tuesday & I am already distraught that all of us are going to lose a bunch of currency. Thank goodness I get paid by the hour. Regrettably, a lot of the general contractors that all of us hire work on piece rate, and we easily are going to need these men to accept a pretty low offer for their assistance.

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