SushaBrancaleone wrote:lets put it this way
I said hire?
when u pay some1 to do something they usually do what you tell them too and not the other way round, but hey maybe some bosses get bullied by their employees into doing what they want? in which parallel universe?
having some1 take care of the legal aspects doesn't mean they "take over", cos they would answer to "you" ...
i dont even know why im bothering ...
Okay, let's put it this way. Would you trust a complete stranger to drive you to, I dunno, say the mall? (Taxis and public transit aside)
Because that's what you're suggesting here. There's more going on than just "You're my employee, do what I say." As Gorlom pointed out, it depends very heavily on what position they'd be hired for. You could very easily have a chain of events where putting someone else in the "driver's seat" of Subset might result in Justin & Matt having the rug pulled out from under their feet while they're busy with "dev stuff." And yes it's a worst-case scenario, but the point we're trying to make is that there is a lot to consider beyond simply "hire someone to handle all that annoying corporate-type stuff."