Originally Posted by MDLawn
I believe I understand what you are saying, and I use this formula myself, but tell me if this is wrong. I think some guys on LS need to understand that your $20 per/hr EXAMPLE is a per man hourly rate. So essentially it is $40 per hour when the both of you work, correct? I think guys may think you are telling them it is $20/hr when both of you work. Again if I am wrong please correct me.
no we understand what he is saying and just is using it as an example. However, it costs $20 a man hour just in payroll per person once you ad on benefits and insurance. Employees are there to make you money not just them.