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Old 01-29-2014, 12:11 AM
jau250 jau250 is offline
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Great Posts so far

Our company does all enhancement work, mulching, building, pruning tree work, design, hardscaping, etc. Once i get it figured out i will get a contract signed so he doesn't steal my costumers and what not.

I do agree with some over site. I plan on training him for the next three months before I leave. When I am away he will send me all the proposals to be checked before sending them off to the clients. I also plan on coming back to check in twice a month.

I know i shouldn't put all my eggs in one basket but i guess this is a risk i am going to have to take.

Any more suggestions on ways to pay him?
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Old 01-29-2014, 08:14 AM
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Is he going to be employee or part owner? If employee, then you need to provide him with a truck and pay him fair wage - how many hours will he have to put in? If he's going to be part owner, then a profit sharing method might work. This is a very risky move and I hope you won't be stressed and frustrated if it doesn't work like you expect.
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