Compensation is what it boils down to. If your making in wage and benefits that is acceptable to you, all the other reach around stuff that most employees ***** about is ridiculous.
Personally. I got paid well. Very well. Had a great benefits package. Had a great retirement thing being socked away. And the pay and benny's let me put up with a whole lot of stuff, including them feelings of resentment about making that dude rich.
He might make a good chunk of change, but I am here to tell all you employees, that for your boss to make a buck, he's got to do a whole lot more than just drive around and fix things. You as the technician are a part of the formula, but you aint no secret ingrediant. And the biggest and most difficult thing he has to do, is put his ass on the line and leave it up to you to do right.
If you think it's all rosy and or you feel your being dealt with unfairly. My advice is to find a better paing job more suitable to put up with it or start your own thing.
I was such an ass when I was a tech only. I was one of those prima donna selfish arrogant sob's. The most sobering and profound thing that could have happened to me did. I got a taste of the big boy sandwich when I went out on my own. Best thing for me in my life was to understand the other side of it. Let me tell you, it was a huge ass kicker at first and it really opened my eyes. And it gave me such a new found respect for those companies that have built something good over a few years.
And it also more than enough qualifies me to talk to employees that think their owed everything. I was one of em. You aint owed ****. Go to work. Do what your paid to do. And then get paid. Done. Go home and be happy.