I have two jobs. I work full-time for a company and I also own my own company with my sister. My sister is also an employee of the company that I work for. I love her very much. She's a good sister and I even like working with her.
I do WAY more of the work than she does.
The Olympic Track & Field Trials will be held in Eugene, Oregon later this month. One of the things that we've done since 2008 is work with a sorority house on the campus of the University of Oregon to book their rooms for various track and field events, including the Olympic Trials. This is a client of our own company (not the one for which we are employees). I have done 80% of the bookings and work for this event. At least 80%. Maybe more. Is it wrong to think that I should get more than half the proceeds from the event? Actually I don't think I should get paid more than she does. I just think it isn't fair.
We also have several clients that we work for on a year-round basis. Last year we had two clients, but we added three new clients around the first of the year. ALL of the new people, all of them, were people that I have relationships with. They are all people who signed on because of me. I'm also the only one who is licensed to do the work we do (property management) so I have to deal with all the government BS for licensing and following the many, many rules they have about how things are done. I have to complete 30 hours of continuing education every two years.
She has been trying to step up in the accounting and other work that we have to do. I guess I'd just like some appreciation that she is reaping rewards that are not necessarily in line with how much work she does. I doubt she sees that.
I also do more at the company we work for as employees. I wish I could say that to our boss sometimes. I know that he appreciates me and probably that he recognizes that I do more work and am a more reliable employee. Maybe a nice raise or a bonus would help :)
BTW we are going to Disneyland later this summer. The trip is mostly being paid for with funds earned from the Olympic Track & Field bookings at the sorority. I'm excited!