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Egle cx pas for professional service.. drive/genesis drive-by drive-in drivemax driven driverless drivers..Q: What to do if someone is lying to you about their skills? I'm wondering what to do if someone is lying about their skills. I was talking to one guy about a job (I didn't have anything to do with it) and he said that he could do it for much less. He also wanted to make $5.00 an hour. When I said that I could get 5$/hr through me/a friend, he said that he could do it for more than that. In the end I hired the guy for $5.00/hour and he started doing the job. I feel like I got cheated. Are there any legal repercussions? A: You should definitely get those wages paid to you through your bank. The problem was that your friend didn't communicate clearly to him what kind of job you are talking about, because if he had, he could've refused. You can file a claim against your friend for the difference, but they can just deny you that. A: I think the main danger you are facing is what happens if your friend turns up to the job site and sees that there is already work being done by someone else. I do a lot of recruitment and if someone is looking to hire someone on a fairly short term contract or to take on just an occasional part time job, I will warn the person that there is a clear chance that someone else will swoop in and undercut them before they even start. I will also warn them that if they don't have a clear idea of what they are taking on, they could cause problems by being too naive about it, as you've discovered. In the same scenario, if you are hiring someone on a long term basis, I will warn you that other freelancers are likely to be doing the same job and it is very likely that when your friend turns up they will find work being done by people with much higher levels of skill than them. (Please note this is just an example of how I would behave in this situation, I do not have any kind of legal authority in this area) In short, I think it is important to lay out as clearly as you can what you are looking for, to give your friend the best chance of succeeding. If, as you say, there are tasks they are weak in, it could be worth pointing these out so they can start training now or buying a book to learn before hand.


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