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  1. Employment
    Outdoor Digs takes pride in providing consistent, high-quality landscape and snow removal services with a dependable service commitment. Our Client portfolio includes some of the finest of residential properties in New Jersey. We are looking for a skilled candidate to manage and oversee some...
  2. Employment
    I am in the process of negotiating a salary for a local Lawn business that is doing very well and looking to grow. I’ve never had to negotiate a salary before and if anyone had any tips that I haven’t thought of let me know. At this point I am mainly looking at ways to cut expenses whether...
  3. Employment
    Outdoor Digs is seeking a highly motivated individual to join our growing team. We are unlike many other grounds maintenance companies - we care deeply about the work we do, are committed to the success of our team members, and work on some of the finest properties in the area. We are a growing...
  4. Business Operations
    Another general question.. Does anyone have any experience or has anyone seen better results with a commission based salary versus a standard salary? If so, did this improve sales? Were employees happier with this setup? With this in mind, do you have a sales member taking on the sales? Or do...
  5. Business Operations
    Just curious how everyone else budgets for their own salary? Right now I take about 15% of gross revenue as my salary (including distributions). My production labor consistently sits at about 28%. We did $500k this year. I've spent the last couple hours searching the internet for sample...
  6. Business Operations
    Hey guys new to the site. Been running my company now for 8 years and recently (2010) decided to hire a salesman without doing much research now regretting it i think, granted my sales went up from $200,000 to $1.3 which is great but im not seeing the return i thought i would and a huge part of...
  7. Employment
    We are considering switching our payscale to a "pay per job" instead of hourly. We have a lot of wasted time and think that if the crew knows what they are getting paid for that particular job, they would buy into more. For example, paying out 20% of total invoice divided among 3 guys. Crew...
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