Rate of pay

Discussion in 'Florida Lawn Care Forum' started by keithslawnc, Jan 2, 2012.

  1. RoyalTree

    RoyalTree LawnSite Member
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    There is no gift work. If thats what you want to call it, fine.

    We start at 13 but we have people double that in our tree division. We pay overtime and not under the table.

    I am not trying to put you down but think you could do much better for yourself. You can work less with less responsibility for the same money. With your background you could probably work for a larger company in a supervisor/management role and have a decent salary plus ins, 401k, company car and more.
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  2. Ric

    Ric LawnSite Fanatic
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    Royal

    Paying big money doesn't always insure you get good employees. But paying cheap money sure won't attract aggressive employees. You are only as good as your weakest employee.

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  3. RoyalTree

    RoyalTree LawnSite Member
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    Finding good employees is hard. Very hard. Paying top dollar doesnt mean you get the cream of the crop but paying minimum wage, or less as i know some people do, will get you nothing but rotten apples. The employees will make or often times break your company.

    I am very interested in what you guys do to find the good employees.
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  4. BCL Services

    BCL Services LawnSite Member
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    You don't :rolleyes: At least not ones that will stay with you for long.
     

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