That's true, but if he's a team player he will. It's only a few months, and if he does it you can compensate his efforts and sacrifice in the growing months when the money is rolling in. He's playing ball and worth it. He's there when you need him and not a drain on your accounts when there's no work. Heck he doesn't even know how to plow yet! He can do it like this until he learns what he's doing, it can always change next year. Depends if he wants to commit to the company like he says he does. Guys need to look at the end game and not just what they make week to week. I know that's expecting a lot but if he's who he says he is he should get it. Save your money all year like the rest of us. He probably lives at home with his mom.