I started a new branch of my business a year ago. I hired someone to take the operation over and grow it. The deal was that I would provide my customers and leads and refer all jobs of a certain type to him. In return, I would pay him all the hourly revenue from the jobs until the business was up and running, at which time I would start clawing some revenue back. So that time has come. The business is doing quite well in terms of making this guy a lot of money. The downside is that although he is supposed to be a self employed sub trade, my office has ended up doing a lot of clerical work for him because he is not good at it. As well, I do all the invoicing of the clients and it is on my head to collect the money, or take the hit if they do not pay. He does provide his own vehicle, fuel and tools, but buys supplies on my accounts. I recieve the markups, not that they amount to much. He also sets his own hours, which are fewer than I would like because he makes so much money that he is no longer hungry. I am looking for suggestions as to what would be a fair split, and also for a way to put a bit more of the pressure on him to ensure a bill is paid. Thanks for the help.