28 May 2024

EP123: How Much Should You Pay A Tradesman

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Episode 123: How Much Should You Pay A Tradesman

How much should you pay your employees? 

It’s not actually all that complicated. 

But let’s get one thing clear. 

There is no golden number. 

For example, I could say that you should pay a new employee $41 per hour.  

But that number is one I made up and more than likely isn’t the right figure for you. 

But here’s the good news.  

It’s not rocket science. 

Every position for every business has that golden number. 

A number which is high enough to attract the best workers to apply… 

But low enough that there’s some good profit for your troubles. 

The guys recorded a training on how to find out what that golden number is for you. 

WHAT YOU’LL GAIN FROM LISTENING TO TODAY’S PODCAST: 

  1. Learn how much you should advertise your roles for 
  2. Find the amount which attracts the best employees 
  3. Have confidence that your payroll is the amount it should be 

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