Had a journeyman carpenter "Door guy" show up to my job yesterday (but I wasn't there) So it was my first time meeting him today. Brand new to our company. No one knows him. My first impression is "Wow this guy is dressed way to nice for a jobsite". Then I saw his harbor freight furniture dolly and I ask "Whats that for?" and He told me "The other foreman told me to make sure I bring my door dolly tomorrow" (For those of you who don't know, a Door dolly is basically a U shaped Block (Wood or metal) with 2 wheels that you can wheel a door standing up on the long end/side of a door. So I said "well thats a furniture dolly, and a really shitty one too" Fast forward to a couple hours later, I seem him trying to balance a 3-0 x 7-0 metal door on it and roll over electrical cords. I just shake my head and unlock one of our drywall carts and roll it to him and say "Use this" So I ask him "Whats your backround?" He said "Doors" I replied in the field? or a shop? or cabinet doors? Turns out he was a shop hand at a door / hardware company and only worked out in a field a couple years. Bought his card through the union as a journeyman and this was his first "real" jobsite. He rolled the board cart with a door on it away and I asked "How are you going to hang that door?" He replied "What do you mean?" I said "You don't have any tools with you! Are you going to turn the screws in the butt hinge by hand?" So he busted out his tool belt, with a Giant waffle head framing hammer, a brand new screw gun kit with no screwstips, and a 2 foot empire level. It was this point When I made the call to my super and said This guy has gotta go. This kind of lack of skill is expected for an apprentice but not a journeyman.