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post #1 of 25 (permalink) Old 10-22-2012, 09:37 PM Thread Starter
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Here is another CL ad. Wonder what the hours are like for that big salary?



Growing Local Property Preservation Company looking to hire a few full time crew members that are honest, hard working individuals to assist in performing jobs on forclosed / vacant homes. The position is full time with weekly salary. Must be able to start immediatly.

Some of the duties of this position are to help assist with:

- Lock Changes
- Debris Removal
- General Home Maintenance
- Complete Lawn Care and Snowplowing
- Carpentry Repairs
- Home Cleanings
- Home Winterizations

REQUIREMENTS FOR EMPLOYMENT:

-MUST HAVE PRIOR EXPERIENCE IN THE PRESERVATION FIELD
-Must have valid drivers license
-Must have a reliable vehicle
-Good customer service skills
-Honest and trustworthy
-Willing to work weekends
Location: Rockford
Compensation: $300.00 starting weekly salary plus monthly bonuses. Room to grow
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post #2 of 25 (permalink) Old 10-22-2012, 09:40 PM
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Min wage for "experienced" help................... W O W.

Professionals are people who can do their job when they don't feel like it.
Amateurs are people that can't do their job even when they do feel like it.
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That is absolutely insane. Min wage to do a WNTZ on a house and trouble shoot plumbing or min wage to flip burgers. Hmmmm which is easier?
This industry really is turning into a joke. I can only image what the industry will be like 5 years from now.
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I see nothing wrong with this IF handled properly. We stared employees at a base salary + a % bonus weekly. What is the hard part is paying for the employee for driving their own vehicle..usually mileage at $.48 mile.
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Here is another CL ad. Wonder what the hours are like for that big salary?

Growing Local Property Preservation Company looking to hire a few full time crew members that are honest, hard working individuals to assist in performing jobs on forclosed / vacant homes. The position is full time with weekly salary. Must be able to start immediatly.


REQUIREMENTS FOR EMPLOYMENT:

-MUST HAVE PRIOR EXPERIENCE IN THE PRESERVATION FIELD
-Must have valid drivers license
-Must have a reliable vehicle
-Good customer service skills
-Honest and trustworthy
-Willing to work weekends
Location: Rockford
Compensation: $300.00 starting weekly salary plus monthly bonuses. Room to grow
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Unless the hours a really low, this screams contact the IRS/EEOC or whatever the HE!! Obama Czar polices this for violating minimum wage laws



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Unless the hours a really low, this screams contact the IRS/EEOC or whatever the HE!! Obama Czar polices this for violating minimum wage laws
Don't forget you also need to be willing to work weekends too. Even if you get a percentage it needs to be pretty high if your removing debris at $10.00 a cube, WNTZ for $40.00, recuts $5.00.
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This is probably LESS than minimum wage, if you think about it. Anyone here get everything done in 8 hours a day so they don't have any carryover into the next morning? With big jobs being the exception, of course.

This one says $300/week salary. And I think most of us know what "salary" entails............ locked into an agreed upon rate, regardless of the hours you have to work for it.

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Min wage law doesnt matter if they are 1099, though right?

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Judging by the solicitation posting, they aren't hiring 1099's. And if they are, they are doing it illegally. A weekly salary with expectations and bonuses is an "employee."
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Not sure I get what your saying?

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