Rules for Managing Contractors

June 8, 2009 · 6 comments

Managing contractors can be the most difficult part of this business. If you’ve had problems with contractors in the past, or just want to avoid them in the future, take a look at our newest article:

6 Rules For Managing Your Contractors

Have any other great rules for managing your contractors that I didn’t capture here? Feel free to leave a comment to help out our readers…

6 responses to “Rules for Managing Contractors”

  1. Bilgefisher says:

    Great points.
    Have you had to fire any contractors yet? How did you go about doing that?


  2. J Scott says:

    Bilge –

    Yeah, I have one story…and since we just finished up the court case last week, I’ll post more about it this week… 🙂

  3. Alex says:


    Your in court with a contractor!

    I’m not taking any more contractor advice from you!


  4. J Scott says:

    If it helps, I won the case, and he’s paying a lot more than he otherwise would have had to pay… 🙂

  5. Alex says:

    I dieing to know the story you *must* tell us soon!

  6. albpere07 says:

    hey dear……….
    Your blog is completely a good blog which contains an attractive tips to handled the contractors..which really helps in managing the contractors………to avoid the work hamper.
    I enjoyed when i read your tips to handled the contractors. After this may be there is no single chance to fire a contractor in future.

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