I worked for a company similar to that. I got hired without any experience and without any knowledge of how company's worked. and he took total advantage of it. I was told in the beginning of working for him that if I had to leave to get parts for any job my time would stop and wouldn't get paid until i got back to the site with my parts. So basically I would be out for 10-12 hours a day and SOMETIMES pull an 8 hour day. Usually a 6-7 hour day. And I thought this is how all company worked and I wanted to leave the trade. Until I got on this site and started reading around and actually asked questions about it and found out what he was doing was wrong. The training he taught me as well wasn't worth anything. I never once seen him use a micron gauge. Hardly ever did he use a liquid line drier. Or suction driers on burn outs. A/C low on gas? dump gas in it and wait for them to call again. I ended up leaving the company and have never looked back. I work for a great company with all the overtime I'd like. Don't think you're stuck at a place like that. Company's would kill for a good tech that actually uses micron gauges and takes the time to do things right, not fast. Look around, i'm sure you'll find another company willing to take you in.