Having someone work with you

Discussion in 'Managing Your Business' started by clear view of silverton, Aug 20, 2016.

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  1. clear view of silverton

    clear view of silverton Active Member
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    Hi ive allways worked on my own but am struggling to keep up with the work a little what with new baby aswell how are most pepole taking on someone to work with them without all the headache paperwork pensions etc

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  2. adamangler

    adamangler Wakefield Window Warrior
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    Been said before but if somone is taking someone on without paying the pension, holidays etc then they are doing it illegally which is up to you if you want to go that route.
     
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    Taxlossloz Grand Master
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    I build up little rounds then sell on as I can't be arsed employing
     
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    adamangler Wakefield Window Warrior
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    Nah its too much responsibility employing, i mean what if i fancy having the day off because i cant be arsed or i want to go on my bike or whatever lol, i have to ring employee and say not today son, cant be arsed.
     
  5. clear view of silverton

    clear view of silverton Active Member
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    Thought it might be never been an employer never thought about it sounds difficult might be easyier to stay on my own

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    clear view of silverton Active Member
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    Havnt even got myself a pension so last thing i want to do is pay someone elses

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    adamangler Wakefield Window Warrior
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    have a look into the costs of a part timer mate

    say they work 16 hours @ £8ph thats £128 a week

    if you can get them doing £30ph thats £480 - 128 = 352

    352 - whatever tax, penison etc etc is, no idea but might be worth it
     
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    clear view of silverton Active Member
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    Ok thanks i will have a look they dont make it easy to try and grow

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    clear view of silverton Active Member
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    Thanks for your help fella if i was think it would have to work part time and would prob suit me better anyhow

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