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Old 12-27-2010, 10:18 PM   #181
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I just pulled info on 1 man @ 17ph/total pay 680/FICA $52.02/ WC $44.86/ADMIN FEE 12.80/UI is paid in full
My total Fees $120.79
$6.59 per $100 is pretty dang cheap for wrkscomp for a $17.00 hr guy. Your looking at the very minimum at least double that here in cal for that same guy.

Does not surprise me though as everything else is cheaper outside of California

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Old 12-27-2010, 11:15 PM   #182
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so about 38% is that with comp I assume?
Yes, all included
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Old 12-28-2010, 02:42 AM   #183
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50/50. Many of my guys come back every season. These aren't service career motivated guys. Many are college students and teachers. A few are fireman and police. I have employee manuals and what I think is pretty solid systemized training. A new guy with no experience is paired with a crew leader that does have experience. Within a few weeks new employees are up and running at full speed. In the interim they move plants, run hose lines, scrub gutters, lay tarps, etc. This is another reason I do not add back in painting. There is a huge difference to cutting in some oil stain on a deck versus the experience and steady hand necessary for painting an interior.
yes, oftentimes shell companies dont offer careers to their help.
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Old 12-28-2010, 02:48 AM   #184
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some shady guy i heard of tells the agency he is paying his guys minimum wage, and makes up the rest under the table!

that is not very cool,,,and even regarded as a sin to some.

i guess it keeps his costs down or somthing.
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Old 12-28-2010, 12:02 PM   #185
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$6.59 per $100 is pretty dang cheap for wrkscomp for a $17.00 hr guy. Your looking at the very minimum at least double that here in cal for that same guy.

Does not surprise me though as everything else is cheaper outside of California

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My comp is 7.01%
Just kinda of wondering here, Here in Cal, we have two rates, one for guys making less then $26.00 per hour and another one for guys making more then this. Guys making more then this, the rates are about half, very close to the number you posted. Is this similar to you're situation? or do you just have one rate no matter what the wage is?

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A painter here would never see $26.00 an hour
Good question though.
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A painter here would never see $26.00 an hour
Good question though.
lol - good point..
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backpedal all you want.
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lmao, that so reminds me of my oldest boy.
It's really funny.
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