Why You Should Hire Stewart Employees NOT Subcontractors
Stewart Painting hires full-time employees to paint in your home. Other competitors or franchises may use Subcontractors. Here are 5 key reasons why it’s better to choose a company with full-time employees.
#1. Companies who hire full-time employees – Each employee is reference checked and a criminal background check is performed.
Subcontractors may or may not be checked but their workers rarely if ever are. A subcontractor’s workforce may consist of undocumented workers, inexperienced workers or even criminals.
#2. Companies who hire full-time employees – Each employee is paid weekly; taxes are withheld.
Subcontractors only get paid when they finish. They often hurry through a job to get paid. Subcontractors are paid in cash or a straight check; taxes are not withheld. The subcontractor and their work force will be liable down the road.
#3. Companies who hire full-time employees – Each of Stewart Painting’s employees receive benefits, Supplemental Insurance, Paid Holidays, and Paid Time Off.
Subcontractors get no benefits, nothing, they don’t even have to have workers compensation, which is insurance that provides cash benefits and/or medical care for workers who are injured or become ill as a direct result of their job.
#4. Companies who hire full-time employees – Each Stewart employee gets continual education and training to better their skill set in painting, customer service and safety.
Subcontractors do things their own way.
#5. Companies who hire full-time employees – Employees want to stay and make sure the customer is happy. Stewart Painting employees in particular are invested in their work and are pleased to see a job well done. They are also invested in making sure the customer is 100% satisfied.
Subcontractors want to leave as fast as they can so they can get paid.
#6. Companies who hire full-time employees – Employees are vested into volunteering their time back to the community as part of the company.
Subcontractors are less likely to see the value of time spent on donated events that take time away from earning their income.