So I'm a climber of almost 10 years, I've been with the company for almost two years now. The owner is more of a friend at times than a boss, bends over to make everyone happy. He recently hired someone that has caused ripples through the company, me being easy going I took him on, knowing him being on my crew was temporary until we open up another crew. The past few months has only got worse, me trying to limp my crew through the near winter times until he's off my crew. I've tried handling this through the crew, didn't work, the guy didn't take the crew meetings serious. Went to the boss and he took him off my crew for two days and then put him back with me, because he can't get along with others. Today was the final straw and I'm holding a meeting with the owner telling him no more. I view myself as a big team player, do the crap jobs, storm jobs in the rain and work when asked. I've missed one day in almost two years, I was asked to get my class a got it, was asked to get my isa and I'm close to getting it. This guy has no DL, can't pass a drug test, shows up late all the time and can't trim without gaffs. I know my worth (trying not to sound cocky) but I can't work with my dysfunctional crew anymore because there's no consequences if you can't fall in line. I so bad want to tell him it's either him or me, that's not fair for my boss or his company because of what he envisions. As a owner how would you respond knowing this situation? I don't want to quit I love working for my boss but I work with these guys 9 hours a day, I interact with my boss at the minimum.