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PostPosted: Tue Apr 03, 2018 4:19 pm 
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Someone I know has offered me chance to subcontract to his firm, which is a FM company. (I'm not going to become a radio presenter before anyone asks) [WHITE SMILING FACE]

Is facilities management just a different word for doing out landlord properties?

If so, I'm not sure that's the type of work I want to be doing.


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Think of a project manager given a larger scale and a posher title. that's FM. Either way the guy at the bottom (you) only gets paid after everyone else.

I'm sure you are already aware subbying can be a minefield so make sure you know exactly where you stand before going there.

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wine~o wrote:
Think of a project manager given a larger scale and a posher title. that's FM. Either way the guy at the bottom (you) only gets paid after everyone else.

I'm sure you are already aware subbying can be a minefield so make sure you know exactly where you stand before going there.
Oh yes, I'm fully aware. I've done a fair bit of subcontracting over the years. Never not been paid though.

I don't need the work, but my old apprentice is now at a loose end and it might be a nice opportunity to get plenty of work for the two of us and keep him with me.

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