Zachary construction superintendent is a highly paid employee in the UK.
His salary, which is worth £85,000, is on a par with other construction workers, according to a survey conducted by the Association of British Construction Workers. He earns £70,000 per year, which works out at a £2,000-per-hour rate.
But he’s also given the impression that his job is to “prepare, sort, build, maintain and repair all the structures of our industry”.
“It seems that he is pretending to be the guy when he is actually in charge of a building site, working with a team of people to construct structures for the industry,” the union says.
It’s not the first time this is happening.
Earlier this year, construction workers at the construction company were accused of stealing £1.5 million worth of items.
The incident led to the company being forced to pay out an apology, and an increase in pay.
Zachary, however, is paid “in an extremely low-grade of service”, according to the union.
He is also “not permitted to do any other work” on the site, the union added.
The union says that the “systemic failures” of the company’s leadership have been “repeatedly demonstrated” by a lack of transparency.
The company said in a statement that it has “made significant improvements” since the incident and that the building has been “fully up and running” since July.
Zachry Construction was founded in 1999.