Situation: Did snow. New guys (3) to be exact. One new guy paid well, talked big, I said supervisior. He did awful. Anyway all the accounts with 3 guys they clocked in for 42 hours. On the sheets/list that they do, they worte all there times down. I had about 18 hours of billable time which is usual for our snow. I went back and had another 4 hours plus my wife came with me cuz people were calling, not done, half way done etc. Had a meeting with the guys, everyone admitting to working the clock and agreed to the time that was billable but I said I can go to 20 hhours just because you have fuel, time between stops, someone talks etc. Legally can we deduct those hours? So each guy had about 14 hours on the clock, now they have around 6 1/2 hours of actual work that was done. During past snows of equal amount, usually 5-7 with a 3 man crew gets it done.