‘Dirty Work’ Contractors Who Hired Workers Who Didn’t Work at the Site: Why You Shouldn’t Pay Them Salary

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“The reason they did the job was because they knew the people would be there, and they knew that they were going to have a good time,” says a former construction manager who requested anonymity for fear of reprisal.

“I’d say the same for the people who did it.

But they weren’t paid.

They were just paid a little extra to be there.”

A construction project manager is a professional construction manager whose job is to oversee the building of a building.

The job involves building, removing, painting, and painting again, often for as long as four months.

The building owner has the right to approve or disapprove the project, and a project manager may be responsible for the construction itself, as well as supervising the contractors involved.

When a building owner approves a project, the project manager then reviews the work completed, certifies the work as satisfactory, and signs the contract with the contractor.

The contractor is paid a fixed salary, and the project is usually completed in a few weeks.

The construction manager may not be paid a salary, though the construction project is often performed at a lower level of pay than the manager’s normal job.

The contract between the contractor and the construction manager is called a “contract.”

A contract contains a set of terms, which must be agreed to and completed within a certain time period, and there is usually an agreed-upon schedule of work.

For example, a contractor may agree to a contract that includes the construction of a restaurant or office building, which is usually finished in about five weeks, but may take longer than that.

The agreement between the parties, the contractor, and then the construction managers office usually consists of a “billing schedule,” which is a set amount of work, usually $150 or more per hour, to be performed, such as painting, or an estimate of the cost of materials and labor.

Contracts are often written with language that makes the contractor seem less than perfect, says one former construction project Manager who requested to remain anonymous because of the risks involved.

He says that in the case of the construction company, “they’re writing it as if they’re making the mistake of not understanding the structure of the contracts.

And that’s not how contracts are written.”

Contracts often contain clauses that require the contractor to pay the building owner money, or that the contractor must work under the supervision of a professional engineer, or pay the contractor a fixed hourly wage.

For some contractors, those clauses were even worse, requiring the construction team to pay for the work itself.

“If they’re not paid, it’s a violation,” says the former construction Manager.

“They have to work under supervision, or they’re getting away with it.”

The contractor’s pay was often set higher than the actual wages of the workers.

In the case, a construction project supervisor would often be paid $200 to $300 per hour.

The project manager’s pay, if it was $100 to $150 per hour or less, would typically be about $60.

In some cases, the construction supervisor would receive about $300 for each hour of work the company did.

In other cases, it could be hundreds of dollars.

In most cases, if the company was doing work on the project at a project site, it would usually receive an annual salary.

In the case in question, a project was completed in less than five weeks and the contractor was paid the maximum amount.

The amount that the contract included in its payment schedule was a $100 payment per hour that the contractors managers office paid the contractor for each day the work was completed.

The contractor then had a choice: they could either pay the company’s entire costs for the job, or split the work between themselves and the builder.

The builder, who would have the full risk of running up costs, would have to pay his own expenses.

Contractors would often work with one or more contractors to complete the job.

But in the construction industry, there are always subcontractors, who sometimes work with the builder but sometimes subcontract to other contractors.

“Sometimes they’d do it as part of the work that was done,” says one current construction project Director.

“But if it wasn’t done, they’d have to get paid.”

A subcontractor is usually responsible for doing the work on a subcontract.

They usually work with a subcontractor on a project that was finished in the first week.

Some subcontractors may be subcontractors for a builder.

A subcontractor usually has no contact with the owner of the building, nor is there any expectation that the owner would pay a subcontract for their work.

Contractor’s pay is often set at a fixed amount, but it may vary.

A contract typically includes a “time schedule” of work that the company should complete within a specific time period.

The time schedule must be completed within the specified time period for