|Re: Paying members Baranski||<– Date –> <– Thread –>|
|From: tommoench (tommoenchaol.com)|
|Date: Fri, 25 Feb 94 01:08:19 EST|
2/24/94 One solution is to let everything be market driven. By this, I mean, have an internal economy, paying people 'credits' for tasks. This "credit" bidding system sound interesting. A few questions. Is this a theoretical suggestion or based on experience? Regarding the point "If a task is not accomplished satisfactorily then no credit is given, " who decides "satisfactory?" Regarding the point, "Allow members to bid for a task, and then pay an outside person in real dollars to actually do the task; this way if someone wants to do the task internally, great, otherwise, someone will have to take on the responsibility of hiring, and making sure the outside person does the job correctly; in effect, sub-contracting the task out," how do you protect the whole group from legal risk if individuals are making contractual arrangement with outside suppliers. Only our Board is legally allowed to enter into contracts with outside agents. We have had two actual threats of legal action against us from our outside help and the potential for others was near by. Tom Moench "TomMoench [at] aol.com" Moji cohousing community Bainbridge Island, Washington
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