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Posted by Kraken at Sep 29, 2003 2:46:52 AM
Re: Labor!
Explain how jacking up your labor prices, in effect drawing in more labor so that you can produce things more quickly than low-paying shops who take days to produce the same thing, is not competetive? I would think that would be the very nature of being competetive. Being competetive doesnt mean always having the lowest prices. My shop wont have the lowest prices, I can almost garuntee that. But we do pay well for comodities, and once the labor prices are adjusted, we will be paying well for labor also. In that I think we will be just as competetive as the "old system" shops.

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