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Old 12-11-2012, 01:27 AM
jbell36 jbell36 is offline
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Originally Posted by jrs.landscaping View Post
I like what Duekster said. Don't lay them off, find work for them to do. We usually have them trimming branches/deadheads or working on stuff around the shop for the spring. There are many options, but telling your guys unemployment is a lazy way out find another job until I have more work, IMHO isn't one of them.
i agree...but i want to clarify one thing...two of our main employees want unemployment...one of them would be happy to work all winter if we have the hours and asked him to, but the other would rather sit at home and collect UE...that's what i mean by lazy, and i'm sure anyone who has had multiple employees knows what i'm talking about, and obama would gladly take care of them...

there's two types of employees out there...
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