Our retired carpenter (Aaron) was Mennonite. The arrived for work on time; were getting tool belts on as they were getting out of the truck; got their water jugs and had them set where they could get a quick drink when getting materials. They would say a pleasant good morning but no chit chatting, went straight to work; didn't take any breaks except for lunch. There was no time that wasn't being productive. Aaron had the work for the day thought out beforehand; they didn't have cell phones. Pleasant people, just took the work seriously. Their rates were very reasonable and we gave generous bonuses. Glad we had Aaron and his crew then and realize they are a hard act to follow.
That’s the way to go. I have Amish, MennonIte and ex Mennonite friends in the construction trades.
They are great to work with.