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|This is something he can do on his own initiative, without consulting the employer|
. ... I tell you frankly that the man who follows this habit voluntarily soon makes
himself indispensable and thereby sets his ... If a man has the sound judgment to
understand the advantages of doing more than he is paid for, he generally has ...
|HILL: Do you mean that college training is worth relatively less than the habit of |
doing more than one is paid for? ... they gain from this habit, get ahead much
more rapidly than men who do more than they are paid for but have no college
training. ... It may be interesting, also, to know that his voluntary habit of rendering
more service than he was paid for was ... smarter man than I will find a way
through which employers may gain the confidence of their employees and
convince them of ...
|you do not pay him, as certainly as you think he owes you something he will not |
pay you. ... Until you are fair to him, it does not matter to you whether he is unfair
to you or not. ... What can matter to me more than my rights? ... It is a very small
matter to you whether the man give you your rights or not; it is life or death to you
whether or not you give him his. ... We have a good while given us to pay, but a
crisis will come--come soon after all--comes always sooner than those expect it
|It creates a thirst for it as no other liquor will do. No matter ... As soon as the |
commissioner came to Regina it was read out in 'orders that he was dismissed
the force. On the 9th of September he was marched to the orderly room to receive
the pay for August. His pay was ... the canteen on printed tickets when we go on
tick, and the ostensible rule is that the canteen man shall not give more than §."»
|Let's assume a man is applying for a job, and his prospective boss, who is |
interviewing him, is a woman. ... Unless he has exceptional acting ability and self-
control, or she is completely lacking in insight, she will soon realise that he needs
her more than she needs him. ... This puts him in a strong position, and he may
insist on being paid more than his value in the market-place. ... Moreover, if she
does it voluntarily and gracefully, it may help to cement their working relationship.
|But as society changes with more and more women bringing home bigger |
paychecks than the men they date the rules are bending, ... She shouldn't say
she'll pay because he can't pay, but offer to pay because she wants to contribute.
|Trust no friend before thou hast tried him, for they abound more at the festal |
board than at the prison door. ... That man deserves to be called a light of the
world, who does good even to his enemies, as soon as the hour of oppression is
past. ... The best of the joke is, that the human race must have paid immensely, in
the course of time, for this silly sport. ... ready by his side, and he can sometimes
do more by a single touch in passing, than a vacant man is likely to do in a
|month, and the loan will be repaid as soon as the share is worth $200, for then |
the society will owe the borrower $200 per share ... Of the $2 per month paid by
the borrower $1 is a payment on account of the share, and $1 constitutes a part of
the profits of ... If he has borrowed $1,000 on five shares of stock and finds that he
can put away more than the required $10 per ... A man in receipt of a large salary
borrowed $5,000 from a building society and paid $50 a month dues and interest.
|Now we ask every candid and onlightenci man, after reading tlio above article, to |
ray whethfc ho can, in conscience, ... will be more likely to purchase more than he
can pay for, and so ultimately ruin himself, than he who must pay ready money.