2867, RE: Catering service for busy families|
Posted by Pepperfire, Tue Aug-12-08 02:18 AM
I haven't worked with delivery drivers in a long time, but you have two options from what I understand.
1. You can pay them for the delivery, in which case, you might want to find yourself a senior looking for exercise and he'll deliver on his bicycle or motorized scooter, sort of thing.
2. You can pay him by the hour. And when he's not delivering use him for other tasks.
Either way, check with labour laws, you may have a minimum number of hours you have to hire someone for... (Here it's a minimum 4 hour shift) and one of the reasons we rather do things ourselves.
Tina Brooks, VP Marketing
Brooks Pepperfire Foods, Inc.
Makers of Peppermaster Hot Sauces
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