Of course it's easy for you guys to say how everything should get done, but it doesn't always go as planned. It's a mix of hiring friends, becoming too friendly with employees, and border line shouldn't have a job employees.
Myself, and many contractors I know run into the same problems. We have the full time guys, some good, some decent. And then there are the part time and as needed guys. They are not the best workers, they have terrible attitudes, but they are needed as a "body". A lot of the jobs we do require a certain amount of guys on that one job, everyday.
There is always talk on here, "yea I would fire him in a second and replace with a good employee". I say come on that never happens.
It's like telling Dunkin donuts to fire everyone and get new employees so your coffee never gets made wrong
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