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Written contracts for subs
Keeping up with tile standards; simple mosaics; laminates; decorative hardware
What's your liability when a sub is injured on your job?
Okay, here's the situation: You've hired a female carpenter, and while your guys are cool, she's having trouble with the suppliers and the subs. Could you be in trouble if you don't do something about that?
When hidden conditions turn out to be hazardous materials
If you're like most business owners, you already have more than enough paperwork to do. Why should you spend valuable time writing an employee manual?
What if the homeowner wants to bring a sub on the job?
Do you want to be the second contractor on a job?
Where your subs' liability ends and yours begins
Death of a contractor
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