Hey rug suckers,
I find myself hiring again as some great part-timers are moving on and I still haven’t found a great full time tech. I wonder if I would have better retention and better applicants if I were able to offer employee benefits... looking at PEOs like JustWorks and such to attempt...
When you have “insured” written on van and/or website gotta watch your back and CYA. Already been pinned with something before. People know insurance companies will settle on gray areas and eat good hard working local companies for lunch on their way to scam your insurance.
I was refusing the job. Customers don’t accept a refusal easily. It’s weird. Was hoping to stick some legal jargon in an email to get him to leave me alone. It passed as tenant wouldn’t cooperate with landlord to move their junk for a restoration crew or me as a cleaner.
Didn’t go, just all over the phone. Half the reason I was refusing the job is that I would be another 3 days before I got to a 4 days old water leak.
In the end the tenant just shop vacuumed it and put regular fans because the landlord (customer) said they would have to move their stuff out of...
Anyone with "I think I can get someone at a lower price." "Indeed, you most certainly can. But we are this price. What day did you want again? I have an 8:30am or a Noon time available 2 weeks from now."
Only missed the deadline because their website took too long to “verify” my new registration after the mail day a couple days (I only read mail weekly anyway) If the state would streamline their system so returns, payments, and claims are all on the same website woulda been done.
I just didn’t know if I am gonna be directly paying his benefits for a year or what. That’s I’m posting to find out... no biggie? Great, no biggie. If I’m writing out $13k+ in checks for an employee who’s not here anymore... then dang, I might not ever hire again.
Customer calls for cleaning, later comes out or is discovered on-site that there is a days old a/c leak and the padding is soaked and who knows what else. I refuse cleaning job and refer customer to a restoration company and suggest they call their insurance company. Customer refuses to deal...
Had to let a tech go that missed a lot of workdays and I got a lot of complaints on... now got an unemployment claim letter. Didn’t see it for a few days, too late to send info in before the deadline, how screwed am I? Anyone else dealt with paying UI? Could last a full year.