Ok guys so with the move i decied to wait till the start of the new year befor i get started back up. So last week i went to a interview for a guy to be a crew leaded for him. Well i accepted the job. Got all the paper work to fill out. Well i am reading though the paper work and i come across a page that said " preventable accident waiver in the event of any preventable accident including vehicle accidents there will be a $250 payroll deduction to any parties involved. A preventable accident is defined buy the policy and procedures of the company and at the owner decoration....... mambo jumbo" So i am just wondering if any of you do this. I didnt even know this was legal first off and imo just wrong. I mean heck as much as you try to be 100% safe at all time. Wired things can happen that might never happen again in million years. needless to say i declined the job. and before any of ya say to help agents your workman's comp. your talking to a guy that threw his back out on a job (when i worked for other people) and did turn it in. Also just wondering how many of you guys have your guys sign a non-compete. And if so why? I just dont understand it. I have help a few of my old guys get there start on there own. They have helped me in giving me bigger job and me them on small jobs, works great. And if one of my customer goes to them then its on me not them. I missed up somewhere to lose that account. But any sorry for the rant cant sleep been a long night.