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post #1 of 26 (permalink) Old 09-20-2012, 09:29 PM Thread Starter
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Here is another wonderful one I found posted in SW Michigan.

Part time cleaning crew needed

Taking applications for a part time cleaning crew to clean foreclosed homes. Homes need to be cleaned top to bottom in 1 day. Must have your own transportation to job and to work at a fast pace while doing quality work. Must be avalible on short notice.

For more information please reply to this listing.

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Location: Berrien county
Compensation: 8.25 per hr
This is a part-time job.
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I am interested can you send me link sounds like they pay $.25 more than AMS
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8.25 is higher than minimum wage so I really don't see what you are trying to prove here, Holland.

More power to the people who want to work and can actually get paid higher than what the law requires.
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8.25 is higher than minimum wage so I really don't see what you are trying to prove here, Holland.

More power to the people who want to work and can actually get paid higher than what the law requires.
Business owners don't work for minimum wage.
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What do those day laborers get nowadays ?
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In SoCal where i am, day labor is 10.
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8.25 is higher than minimum wage so I really don't see what you are trying to prove here, Holland.

More power to the people who want to work and can actually get paid higher than what the law requires.
I won't even begin an argument with you, it is not worth it.
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As an employee earning the minimum wage, you would be supplying me with a fueled vehicle, complete with all of the materials and supplies needed to complete the work, or reimburse me for my expenses. I would be working a fixed schedule so that I knew when I could go home, regardless of my progress. I would get my check on a set day each week or biweekly.
I would have the benefit of unemployment, for example and possibly some medical/retirement, misc items to fall back on.
Employees are apples....contractors are oranges.
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Paul, if you marketed your services here for $9 per hour, I would bet somebody here would hire you on. You have got to be worth 75 cents more than a CL housecleaner right?
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As an employee earning the minimum wage, you would be supplying me with a fueled vehicle, complete with all of the materials and supplies needed to complete the work, or reimburse me for my expenses. I would be working a fixed schedule so that I knew when I could go home, regardless of my progress. I would get my check on a set day each week or biweekly.
I would have the benefit of unemployment, for example and possibly some medical/retirement, misc items to fall back on.
Employees are apples....contractors are oranges.
You have to remember not everybody is you and the world is filled with complete idiots that will work for nothing. Have a roofer in my area that lays shingles for 15 a square and that includes tearoff, the work is complete junk but you get what you pay for. That roofer is also licensed by the state so he gets audited every 3 years so he plays by the book. Crazy what people will work for.

I known lots of people who would rather work of the books so child support or the irs back taxes don't catch them. People are stupid and don't see the big picture or benefits of paying people a fair and honest wage
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