Yea today was interesting. Guys are gone. My security cameras show them coming at different times, taking a certain truck (personal use). The looking over last two months of gas tickets. Certain days that match video but do not match up to time clock. I even went to the gas station and spent hours with them going through video. The other guy is filling his car up and even as late as 1130 last night got $67. Worth of gas, two paks of smokes and a coffee, all charged to me. I called him today to ask to explain a few receipts he said he forgot to tell me but thought it was around $30 total. Tus far I am up to $789 worth of fuel, coffee, smokes. Woke to the cops and there dealing with him. The guy taking the other truck at night for personal use was filling that truck up at my expense for his leisure driving. I should and now will check our video much more closely. This is also the guy with hours. After talking to our lawyer today, bottom line was pay per hours worked that were actually worked per list of time sheet per snow accounts within reason. Also spoke to my brother In law, Yale law graduate, he said same thing. Pay him for what is worked. Time clocks are a means of management, not a said all do all at the end of the day. He told me they can punch in at midnight and work all day doing nothing. If I as owner question it, they say I changed oil today, well I can say I am not paying for being in shop form16 hours when nothing was done. If he, employee wants to take you to court, both lawyers say welcome it and proceed with meeting him in court. So moral to me, be more vigilante in hire practices, keep an eye on our system in place because they are there for a reason. Be fair but yet be justifiable. The end of the day it is my deal, my equipment, my responsible.