|Posted on Wednesday, March 15, 2000 - 9:13 pm: |
My husband, Steve Ebner, and I travel together as a team on assignments. While assisting my husband, I would like to be hired as a temporary assistant for other adjusters who are also working the same assignment we are, would adjusters be interested?
|Posted on Tuesday, March 07, 2000 - 9:33 pm: |
My last temp was the waitress at the hotel restaurant. I paid her $10 (this IS California after all!) per hour and she did all of my errands, appointments, file organization, paperwork, etc.
|Posted on Tuesday, March 07, 2000 - 8:27 pm: |
Janice and I took a young man from AR with us and paid him 8.00 PH when we worked in NC. He helped tremendously. Set up files, made appointments for us, set up the DeLorme routing per day, cooked, etc. Well worth the money. My knee was acting up from an injury sustained in Canada, so roof climbing was made much easier with the young mans help. We gave him a sizable bonus at the conclusion of the storm. He sure did not want to become an adjuster though.
|Jim Flynt |
|Posted on Tuesday, March 07, 2000 - 7:00 pm: |
During Hurricane Floyd Curtis, Russ Lott, Pardeep Sidhu, Marty Paradise and I posted a "help wanted" at the East Carolina University Student Center, and within 24 hours we had several responses from students wanting to work. We hired and shared the services of a young lady who did an excellent job for us making phone calls to set appointments to inspect losses, setting up files, and running assorted errands for us. We paid her $8.00 per hour and she was well worth it. I know others who have easily found college students, housewives, and retired workers to work for approximately the same hourly rate. Hope this idea helps.
|Posted on Tuesday, March 07, 2000 - 4:09 pm: |
I've seen references made on this site in the past to hiring temp help for clerical, contact
calls etc. In my experience ( 20+ yrs ) the temp
agencies are reluctant to send people to motel
rooms/temp quarters, and understandably so. Comments/advice invited.