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Helpers, Assistants, Grunts, Slaves

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Poll Question: Do you have a helper?
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    Posted: 16/October/2007 at 1:41am
So, assistant or no assistant. I am trying to hire an assistant right now. Not going good but I think it will be worth it to find the right person...
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FROM WHAT I HEAR ALOT OF ''ASSISTANTS''AKA ''SLAVES,GRUNTS,'' TURN INTO COMPETITORS!WhisperMoney Smile
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In the loan business it took forever to hire and train Loan Officers. We would ask ourselves; Where are we going to be when this new hire learns the biz and leaves for another company?

We would answer with; But where are we going to be if we don't (hire and train employees)?

If you wanted to be a hard-a$$ you could probably have them sign a non-compete agreement. Let them know you aren't hiring and investing your training and exposing company secrets to have them run off and start their own company and be your direct competition...
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I THINKS ITS A GOOD THING AS LONG AS YOU CHOOSE WISELY WHO WILL BE EMPLOYED BY YOU, THAT AND BEING A CRAZY MOTHERFU@ER THAT WILL TAKE THINGS TO THE STREETS IF NECESSARY CANT HURT EITHER!Angry
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Nobody leaves the business.  We invite them for a drive into the country to show our appreciation.

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