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Negotiating pay with client.

Ramon-Miguel
Ramon-Miguel

Sep-1-2020 00:30

I've been thinking lately they hire us. We should tell them at what price. Our skills and experience should also factor in. As well as the difficulty level of the case. Each level would have a max cap of money you could potentially earn. With the harder cases always potentially earning you more money.

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Hans Landa
Hans Landa
Assistant Postman

Sep-1-2020 09:49

Only fair. I mean Shady's rate go up when your XP goes up. But your cases pay the same whether you have 100000 XP or 10000000 XP.

Ramon-Miguel
Ramon-Miguel

Dec-31-2020 03:04

shameless bump

Pasha Stevens
Pasha Stevens
Battered Shoe

Dec-31-2020 03:19

Well if you solve the case it hardly matters if you have 10K xp or 10M xp. Both agents solved the case *equally* regardless of their experience. Equal pay for equal results.

However, Shady may be right in thinking that a more experienced detective should be making fewer errors. Therefore if a more experienced detective screws up, shouldn't s/he pay more?

BadAss
BadAss
Charioteer

Dec-31-2020 04:00

You could equally argue that a more experienced detective should have better pay for having more skills. I mean, there are top attorneys who can charge higher fees and aspiring attorneys who will charge humbler fees.

Pasha Stevens
Pasha Stevens
Battered Shoe

Dec-31-2020 05:30

True. I guess that just means SleuthNoir is more fair and egalitarian :D

BadAss
BadAss
Charioteer

Dec-31-2020 06:47

To the point of being communist :)

Ramon-Miguel
Ramon-Miguel

Mar-3-2022 02:39

Bumpy


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