We have had a few issues with it, but when they were found, they were nipped quickly. Overall, if you don't trust your employees to work, then you've failed to hire the right people. You have two choices-- fire or train. Good employees are hard to find and even harder to keep. Personally, we find that running a two-employee truck works well for us. Sometimes, I'm with them, I do make random pop-in's and sometimes I'm working with other employees on other jobs. So, I'd say, "Train them well, trust them, and act like you care, but be the owner." It's easy to lose a good employee by playing the power trip card. It's better to assert yourself, express the expectations and treat them like you care about them as people. They tend to stay and tend to look out for you. One may rise up and be your eyes and ears. Just my two cents.