KeywordsArizona Geological Survey Bulletins
United States of America
World War 1
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PublisherUniversity of Arizona Bureau of Mines
DescriptionEvery employee pays for superintendence and inspection. Some pay more and some less. That is to say, a dollar-a-day man would receive two dollars a day, were it not for the fact that someone has to think for him, look after him, and supply the will that holds him to his task. The result is that he contributes to the support of those who superintend him. Make no mistake about this: incompetence and disinclination require supervision, and they pay for it-and no one else does. The less you require looking after, the more able you are to stand alone and complete your tasks, the greater your reward. Then, if you can not only do your own work, but direct intelligently and effectively the efforts of others, your reward is in exact ratio, and the more people you can direct, and the higher the intelligence you can rightly lend, the more valuable is your life. 10 p.
Series/Report no.Bulletin No. 57
Safety Series No. 20