How many lines do we say we'd never cross, when the time comes, to avoid the perils of unemployment Quote

“Consider just what we do in order to continue earning money to live. How many lines do we say we'd never cross, but end up crossing when the time comes, to avoid the perils of unemployment?” — Scott Santens

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“A corporation, essentially, is a pile of money to which a number of persons have sold their moral allegiance” — Wendell Berry

“If you respect people, and you pay them well, they will do anything for you” — Marcus Lemonis

“Four specters haunt the poor — old age, accident, sickness and unemployment” — David Lloyd George

There’s No ‘Law Of Capitalism’ That Says You Have To Pay Employees As Little As Possible — Henry Blodget

I got hired by the Deparment of Unemployment after being fired by the Department of Labor Quote

“I got hired by the Department of Unemployment after being fired by the Department of Labor” — Doug Pike

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“The only way to fight poverty is with employment. Trillions of dollars have been given to charity in the last 50 years, and they don’t solve anything” — Carlos Slim

“They vilify us, the scoundrels do, when there is only this difference, they rob the poor under the cover of law, forsooth, and we plunder the rich under the protection of our own courage. Had you not better make then one of us, than sneak after these villains for employment?” — Samuel Bellamy

“Employees make the best dates. You don’t have to pick them up and they’re always tax-deductible” — Andy Warhol

People are willing to do an honest day's work. they want a week's pay for it Quote

“People are still willing to do an honest day’s work. The trouble is they want a week’s pay for it” — Joey Adams


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“I guess that maybe breasts are the most important part of the body when you think about it, I mean without them employers just wouldn’t know who to give the smaller paychecks to” — Elayne Boosler

“The decalogue has been reduced to two commandments. One for the employers – the elect, the money priesthood as it were – ‘Thou shalt make money’; the other for the employed – the slaves and underlings’ – ‘Thou shalt not lose thy job.'” — George Orwell

“There are still no rules for the SEC to require disclosure of CEO pay relative to regular employee pay” — Elizabeth Warren

“There are few ways in which a man can be more innocently employed than in getting money” — Samuel Johnson

“Your money will do much of your work for you, if you ask it nicely and employ it with wisdom” — Steven Scott

“Money defines relationships among people, not just between customer and merchant in the marketplace or employer and laborer in the workplace” — Jack Weatherford

“It is not the employer who pays the wages. Employers only handle the money. It is the customer who pays the wages” — Henry Ford

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