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Old 04-06-2011, 09:09 PM
5speedpsd 5speedpsd is offline
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What happens when you bid a job low though. Say you bid a job a little low becasue it is a customer that could turn into a very frequent client. Or its a town bid and you need the work so you do it low. This is the only time I could see a serious problem. I work for someone else because I want a steady pay check and have my landscaping company on the side to worry about a business. If you want to risk not making alot on a job for a long term pay off thats your choice, can't make your employees take that risk thats why they work for you and not themselves, they don't want the risk. Doing this sets you at a set price and only allows for rises. Personally if I had an employer that wanted to do this I would tell him to shove it, but then again we have supervisors, they make sure we get done as quick as we can, you should look into these first.
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