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Hrm320 Full Course Latest 2015 November [ All Discussion , Assignment , Week 4 Quiz and Research Paper

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Lofty Lawns (graded)
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(TCO 1) Larry Land establishes a landscaping business under the name "Lofty Lawns." The business handles lawn care and seasonal flowersfor apartment complexes, condominium associations, and homeowner associations. Larry wants to keep labor costs, legal liability, and administrative paperwork to a minimum. When he hires groundskeepers, he requires them to sign an "independent contractor" agreement that acknowledges they are independent contractors, not employees. He does not require that they be incorporated or have experience. He provides a free 1-day training seminar on lawn care "the lofty lawn way" to all his workers. He requires them to buy their own white truck and to buy from him (at cost) the trim package that says "Lofty Lawns" on the side and back of the truck. He requires them to maintain their own vehicle liabilityinsurance (and show proof of insurance), and to pay for their own gas and truck maintenance. Lofty Lawn provides all the mowers, leaf blowers, and other landscaping equipment.

Workers are required to call in for a list of their day-to-day assignments, drive to the properties, perform the necessary work, call for the next job assignment, etc. They are expected to be "on call" (available) from 8 AM-4 PM, Monday through Friday. While working, they must wear the official "Lofty Lawns" T-shirt (summer) or sweatshirt (winter). Workers are paid a flat fee per property serviced, based on the amount of work and time necessary to complete the job. They must pay their own expenses to travel from one property to another, but they are guaranteed that jobs will not be more than 10 miles apart. They are not paid any benefits, such as health...

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