Yeah. That's pretty safe when you account for the taxes and insurance. You're also supposed to turn a profit somewhere along the line. The way things are at the moment, you could probably do x4 without anyone blinking an eye.So a employee making 22 would get charged out at 62?
That's an admirable position to take, but I'm not operating the United Way. I'm in business to provide for my family. If an employee feels exploited, they are more than welcome to move along to a job that better suits their fancy.Yeah I agree. I'm trying to create loyalty by paying well and not just exploiting their labor. Plus my partner and I plan on being on site working for at least the next 2-3 yrs.