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Employers quotes by Milton Friedman
#1. A minimum-wage law is, in reality, a law that makes it illegal for an employer to hire a person with limited skills. #Quote by Milton Friedman
Employers quotes by Keith Henson
#2. Even small cults are a serious cost on the world economy, to victims, their families, employers, friends, and credit-card companies. #Quote by Keith Henson
Employers quotes by Mervyn Peake
#3. Steerpike was, of course, alive with ideas and projects. These two half-witted women were a gift. That they should be the sisters of Lord Sepulchrave was of tremendous strategic value. They would prove an advance on the Prunesquallors, if not intellectually at any rate socially, and that at the moment was what mattered. And in any case, the lower the mentality of his employers the more scope for his own projects. #Quote by Mervyn Peake
Employers quotes by Ruth Ware
#4. But I'd seen this kind of willful blindness before, women who insisted their boyfriends weren't cheating in the face of all the evidence, people working for horrendous employers who'd persuaded themselves they were just following orders and doing what was necessary. There seemed to be no limit to the capacity of people to believe what they wanted to see... #Quote by Ruth Ware
Employers quotes by Barbara W. Tuchman
#5. Penalties were established for refusal to work, for leaving a place of employment to seek higher pay, and for the offer of higher pay by employers. Proclaimed when Parliament was not sitting, the ordinance was reissued in 1351 as the Statute of Laborers. #Quote by Barbara W. Tuchman
Employers quotes by Jasper Fforde
#6. A good butler should save his employer's life at least once a day. #Quote by Jasper Fforde
Employers quotes by Mokokoma Mokhonoana
#7. 12% of dreams create jobs. 88% of jobs destroy dreams. #Quote by Mokokoma Mokhonoana
Employers quotes by Barbara Elsborg
#8. Turner didn't have to put up with this. He had enough trouble with George's sarcasm. He held his hand. "Keys please."
Her face fell. "Sorry. I sometimes speak without thinking. Well, not sometimes. Often. Never an unspoken thought, my dad used to say. And my mum. And my employers. #Quote by Barbara Elsborg
Employers quotes by Andrew Lloyd Webber
#9. Here's the truth. The proposed top rate of income tax is not 50 per cent. It is 50 per cent plus 1.5 per cent national insurance paid by employees plus 13.3 per cent paid by employers. That's not 50 per cent. Two years from now, Britain will have the highest tax rate on earned income of any developed country. #Quote by Andrew Lloyd Webber
Employers quotes by Marco Rubio
#10. This is the only country in the world where today's employee, is tomorrow's employer. #Quote by Marco Rubio
Employers quotes by Pankaj Mishra
#11. Policymakers can draw much from 'The Need for Roots': such clear prescriptions as that employers ought to provide an adequate vocational training for their employees, education should be compulsory and publicly funded, and include technical as well as elementary education. #Quote by Pankaj Mishra
Employers quotes by Thomas Perez
#12. The employers who do best are employers who reject these false choices. It's not a zero-sum world where you either take care of your workers or you take care of your shareholders. You can do good and do well, too. #Quote by Thomas Perez
Employers quotes by Barack Obama
#13. If you have health insurance, then you don't have to do anything. If you've got health insurance through your employer, you can keep your health insurance, keep your choice of doctor, keep your plan. #Quote by Barack Obama
Employers quotes by John Linder
#14. I for one believe that we absolutely need an improved guest worker program, one that holds immigrants and employers accountable and yet still enables us to get a crop out of the ground in south Georgia. #Quote by John Linder
Employers quotes by Tony Benn
#15. An MP is the only job where you have 70,000 employers, and only one employee. #Quote by Tony Benn
Employers quotes by Louis C.K.
#16. Life's too short to be an asshole, as an employer or as an employee. #Quote by Louis C.K.
Employers quotes by Tracey Bond
#17. It can be proven that wounded people wound others. Walk circumspectly among wounded people, their injuries are deeply submerged in their brain's amygdala, and without the time-tested practice of emotional intelligence, you might find yourself scarred by association. Give your associations time to reveal their emotional intelligence or lack thereof; employers measure their associates seasonally, quarterly, and or annually; but ask yourself the question: (Q) WHY haven't you? #Quote by Tracey Bond
Employers quotes by Edward Abbey
#18. The world of employer and employee, like that of master and slave, debases both. #Quote by Edward Abbey
Employers quotes by Michael Lind
#19. If you have free universal health care and free education supported by public school taxes, then you have more bargaining power with your bosses, but if everything is privatized, and ordinary Americans have to pay for everything through their wages, then they're at the mercy of their employers. If the workers know they'll be ruined if they lost their jobs, they're not going to be uppity. You want to break their spirit. #Quote by Michael Lind
Employers quotes by Joe Biden
#20. Justice Sandra Day O'Connor decisions reflect, in my view, that our society has worked very hard to improve the workaday world, to open doors to workers confronted by powerful employers and for women facing harassment and stereotypes. #Quote by Joe Biden
Employers quotes by Jack Kemp
#21. You cannot create employees without first creating employers. #Quote by Jack Kemp
Employers quotes by Mark Twain
#22. The primary rule of business success is loyalty to your employer. That's all right as a theory. What is the matter with loyalty to yourself? #Quote by Mark Twain
Employers quotes by Leland Stanford
#23. The employee is regarded by the employer merely in the light of his value as an operative. His productive capacity alone is taken into account. #Quote by Leland Stanford
Employers quotes by Lena Horne
#24. Always be smarter than the people who hire you. #Quote by Lena Horne
Employers quotes by Charles B. Rangel
#25. The U.S. Congress can do a lot to support America's workplaces and the family. By working together in a bipartisan fashion, we can ensure our constituents get jobs they need while helping employers make smart decisions about their workforce. #Quote by Charles B. Rangel
Employers quotes by Sugata Mitra
#26. You can force students to learn, to a certain extent, but students aren't happy and employers aren't happy. #Quote by Sugata Mitra
Employers quotes by Bertrand Russell
#27. The work of inspection was left to magistrates and clergymen. To the relief of employers, experience showed that magistrates and clergymen had no objection to law-breaking when its purpose was merely the torture of children. #Quote by Bertrand Russell
Employers quotes by Michael Chertoff
#28. We don't really have the ability to enforce the law with respect to illegal work in this country in a way that's truly effective ... We haven't been able to require every employer to enter a system in which they check the work status of their employees and determine whether they're legal, and without that, we don't really have the ability to enforce the law with respect to illegal work in this country in a way that's truly effective. And that would be the single greatest additional weapon we could use if we're serious about tackling this problem. #Quote by Michael Chertoff
Employers quotes by Henry Ward Beecher
#29. God is the one great employer, thinker, planner, supervisor. #Quote by Henry Ward Beecher
Employers quotes by David Souter
#30. We hold that an employer is vicariously liable for actionable discrimination caused by a supervisor, but subject to an affirmative defense looking to the reasonableness of the employer's conduct as well as that of a plaintiff victim. #Quote by David Souter
Employers quotes by Jonathan Gruber
#31. When we're done with employer-based health insurance, it will have as much life in it as Jimmy Hoffa. #Quote by Jonathan Gruber
Employers quotes by Cesar Chavez
#32. So they are trying to do something about it. They are not doing it by seeking charity. They are not begging at the welfare office. They are not, like many of their employers, lobbying the halls of Congress with their gold plated tin cups asking to be paid for not growing crops. They are trying to do it in the way that millions of other Americans have shown is the right way-organization, unionism, collective bargaining. #Quote by Cesar Chavez
Employers quotes by Laura Lee Guhrke
#33. No one judging her by her appearance would dream that Miss Daphne Wade had a rather salacious habit of staring at her employer's naked chest whenever she had the chance, although most women would have agreed that Anthony Courtland, Duke of Tremore, had a chest worth looking at. #Quote by Laura Lee Guhrke
Employers quotes by Gregory F. Fegel
#34. Using your wealth to purchase other people's loyalty is a game as old as humanity itself. Rich men use their wealth to attract women, unscrupulous employers use material incentives and disincentives to manipulate their workers, and wealthy countries like the USA use their national wealth to keep their citizens loyal to the cause of aggressive and genocidal Imperialism. But historical longevity and common practice don't make the manipulation or exploitation morally or ethically right.

Organized religions are inherently POLITICAL organizations. There is a fundamental difference between the financial enterprise and political machinations of an organized religion versus a mass of independent unaffiliated believers, philosophers, and mystics who do not support any organized religion.

Christianity and Islam are known as proselytizing religions because they make an organized and systemic effort to gain converts, and they often provide services, products, or employment to attract converts. Judaism, Hinduism, and Buddhism show far less zeal about gaining converts, which is why you almost never hear about Jewish, Hindu, or Buddhist missionaries.

Modern medical and nursing schools usually teach their students the moral principle that the provision of medical services should never be used as a means to proselytize or promote a religion, but that does not deter many Christian health care providers from doing exactly that. Most of the medical and charitable #Quote by Gregory F. Fegel
Employers quotes by John Kennedy Toole
#35. Employers sense in me a denial of their values ... they fear me. i suspect that they can see that i am forced to function in a century which i loathe. #Quote by John Kennedy Toole
Employers quotes by Franklin D. Roosevelt
#36. Employers and employees alike have learned that in union there is strength. #Quote by Franklin D. Roosevelt
Employers quotes by Russell Pearce
#37. Go after the illegal employers. No free stuff. Take the handcuffs off law enforcement. They'll go home! They'll self-deport! The problem today is they break the law. They come across the border. And again, what's coming across that border today are bad guys! #Quote by Russell Pearce
Employers quotes by Patrick J. Kennedy
#38. In the last 5 years, American employers have lost over $150 billion of productivity to depression alone. That is more than the GDP of 28 different States during the same period. #Quote by Patrick J. Kennedy
Employers quotes by Albert E. Cowdrey
#39. So, Mr. Nick,' murmured the valet, applying shaving soap to his employer's face with an ivory-handled brush, 'are you writing a book?'
Damn him, thought Lerner. He knows I detest conversation with a razor at my throat.
'My memoirs,' he muttered. 'A few jottings only. Waiting to die is such a bore, I write to pass the time.' ("The Overseer") #Quote by Albert E. Cowdrey
Employers quotes by Orestes Brownson
#40. If there must always be a laboring population distinct from proprietors and employers, we regard the slave system as decidedly preferable to the system at wages. #Quote by Orestes Brownson
Employers quotes by Henrietta Newton Martin B.Com LLB Goldmedalist LLM Goldmedalist MMS Etc - Legal Consultant
#41. Generally Labour Legislations are constructively fortified with the goal of revitalizing the socio-economic fabric of the country through their malleable yet firm provisions, which hypothetically works its way through harmonizing the relationship between employer and employee. #Quote by Henrietta Newton Martin B.Com LLB Goldmedalist LLM Goldmedalist MMS Etc - Legal Consultant
Employers quotes by Elsa Barkley Brown
#42. Ex-slaves, in large part, shared a different economic vision. They were "always on the move," searching for family, denying their labor to "dishonest or oppressive employers," and asserting their independence through their mobility. Rather than staying in place, working as much as possible for a high a wage as possible, and thus possibly accumulating a greater array of material good, a large number of freedpeople sought not to maximize income but to minimize the amount of "time spent at work on other people's behalf. #Quote by Elsa Barkley Brown
Employers quotes by Upton Sinclair
#43. In the year 1819 an act of Parliament was proposed limiting the labor of children nine years of age to four-teen hours a day. This would seem to have been a reasonable provision, likely to have won the approval of Christ; yet the bill was violently opposed by Christian employers, backed by Christian clergymen. It was interfering with freedom of contract, and therefore with the will of Providence; it was anathema to an established Church, whose function was in 1819, as it is in 1918, and was in 1918 B. C., to teach the divine origin and sanction of the prevailing economic order. #Quote by Upton Sinclair
Employers quotes by Glenn Greenwald
#44. People like Mike McConnell don't really move from public office to the private sector and back again; that implies more separation than actually exists. Rather, the U.S. government and industry interests essentially form one gigantic, amalgamated, inseparable entity - with a public division and a private one. When someone like McConnell goes from a top private sector position to a top government post in the same field, it's more like an intracorporate reassignment than it is like changing employers. When McConnell serves as DNI he's simply in one division of this entity, and when he's at Booz Allen he is in another. It's precisely the same way that Goldman Sachs officials endlessly move in and out of the Treasury Department and other government positions with financial authority, or the way that health care and oil executives move in and out of government agencies charged with regulating those fields. In #Quote by Glenn Greenwald
Employers quotes by Thomas Perez
#45. Employers have recognized for some time that it's smart business to have a diverse workforce - one in which many views are represented and everyone's talents are valued. Well, disability is part of diversity. #Quote by Thomas Perez
Employers quotes by Peter Manseau
#46. Hoping to apply what few marketable skills I'd acquired in school, I used my undergraduate's Hebrew to check into options in Israel. I was eager to travel, open to adventure, but as a non-Jew, I found that my possible motives were a cause for concern. In more than one interview I was asked a question that I would eventually hear word for word from Malpesh himself: Are you some sort of missionary? To my prospective employers I tried to explain that if I was to convert anyone it would only be to a nebulous wishy-washy agnosticism, but this honest answer did not earn me many callbacks. #Quote by Peter Manseau
Employers quotes by Tom Hodgkinson
#47. There are a lot of little tricks you can do to inject a bit more time into the day. Most important is limiting yourself to a 40 hour week, not working 50 hours or 60 or 70. It's just crazy. It's actually irresponsible to you and irresponsible to your family and friends. Why should your employer's profits be more important than your own family? You're not even going to get any of the profits - all you get is not losing your job. It's a very negative system. #Quote by Tom Hodgkinson
Employers quotes by Kevin Flynn
#48. Taking the politics out of setting the minimum wage provides fairness for workers and predictability for businesses. This legislation will also protect the most vulnerable workers and level the playing field for employers who play by the rules. These are the right steps to take; they will make Ontario a better place to work and run a business. #Quote by Kevin Flynn
Employers quotes by Sheryl Sandberg
#49. Today, despite all of the gains we have made, neither men nor women have real choice. Until women have supportive employers and colleagues as well as partners who share family responsibilities, they don't have real choice. And until men are fully respected for contributing inside the home, they don't have real choice either. #Quote by Sheryl Sandberg
Employers quotes by George J. Borjas
#50. What immigration really does is redistribute wealth away from workers toward employers. #Quote by George J. Borjas
Employers quotes by Alex Kerr
#51. Since the 1970s, Japanese quality has become a byword, and many a book and article has been penned on the subject of Kaizen, 'improvement,' a form of corporate culture in which employers encourage their workers to submit ideas that will polish and improve efficiency. The writers on Kaizen, however, overlooked one weakness in this approach, which seemed minor at the time but has seriously impacted Japan's technology. Kaizen's emphasis is entirely on positive recommendations; there is no mechanism to deal with negative criticism, no way to disclose faults or mistakes - and this leads to a fundamental problem of information. People keep silent about embarrassing errors, with the result that problems are never solved. #Quote by Alex Kerr
Employers quotes by Diego Della Valle
#52. I hope I will be remembered as a good father and a fair employer. And a good host, of course! #Quote by Diego Della Valle
Employers quotes by Daphne Koller
#53. Even though there is rampant unemployment in many parts of the world, there are still large numbers of jobs that are going unfilled because employers are having a hard time identifying people with the right set of skills. #Quote by Daphne Koller
Employers quotes by Mary Oliver
#54. Believe me, if anybody has a job and starts at 9, there's no reason why they can't get up at 4:30 or five and write for a couple of hours, and give their employers their second-best effort of the day - which is what I did. #Quote by Mary Oliver
Employers quotes by Theodore Zeldin
#55. We should abolish 'work.' By that I mean abolishing the distinction between work and leisure, one of the greatest mistakes of the last century, one that enables employers to keep workers in lousy jobs by granting them some leisure time. #Quote by Theodore Zeldin
Employers quotes by Leland Stanford
#56. The production of wealth is the result of agreement between labor and capital, between employer and employed. Its distribution, therefore, will follow the law of its creation, or great injustice will be done. #Quote by Leland Stanford
Employers quotes by Bill Gates
#57. Employers have decided that having the breadth of knowledge that's associated with a four-year degree is often something they want to see in the people they give that job to. #Quote by Bill Gates
Employers quotes by Clifford D. Conner
#58. Technicians are triply invisible. First, they have traditionally been invisible to historians and sociologists of science. . . . Second, they have been largely, if not entirely, invisible in the formal documentary record produced by scientific practitioners. Even when one is committed to doing so, it is extremely difficult to retrieve information about who they were and what they did. Third, technicians have arguably been invisible as relevant actors to those persons in control of the workplaces in which scientific knowledge is produced. . . . Technicians have been "not there" in roughly the same sense that servants were, and were supposed to be, "not there" with respect to the conversations of Victorian domestic employers. #Quote by Clifford D. Conner
Employers quotes by Denis Waitley
#59. Time is the ultimate equal opportunity employer. #Quote by Denis Waitley
Employers quotes by Matthew Desmond
#60. We have failed to fully appreciate how deeply housing is implicated in the creation of poverty. Not everyone living in a distressed neighborhood is associated with gang members, parole officers, employers, social workers, or pastors. But nearly all of them have a landlord. #Quote by Matthew Desmond
Employers quotes by Bernard Kelvin Clive
#61. One's email address serves as an identity online and speaks volumes about a person; it may be telling potential clients, partners or employers a whole lot about you: to be hired or fired. Unfortunately most send negative signals, indicating that: you are not a serious person - you are immature - Unprofessional, - Uncouth. etc. Take a look at your email address again today, get professional, be ethical, respectful, be admirable #Quote by Bernard Kelvin Clive
Employers quotes by Woodrow Wilson
#62. The government, which was designed for the people, has got into the hands of the bosses and their employers, the special interests. An invisible empire has been set up above the forms of democracy. #Quote by Woodrow Wilson
Employers quotes by Dalton McGuinty
#63. When we talk about the minimum wage, we have to ask ourselves what it is that we owe both our workers and employers. I think clearly we owe them fairness. #Quote by Dalton McGuinty
Employers quotes by Hannah Arendt
#64. Somehow it was not the fault of the born adventurers, of those who by their very nature dwelt outside society and outside all political bodies, that they found in imperialism a political game that was endless by definition; they were not supposed to know that in politics an endless game can end only in catastrophe and that political secrecy hardly ever ends in anything nobler than the vulgar duplicity of a spy. The joke on these players of the Great Game was that their employers knew what they wanted and used their passion for anonymity for ordinary spying. But this triumph of the profit-hungry investors was temporary, and they were duly cheated when a few decades later they met the player of the game of totalitarianism, a game played without ulterior motives like profit and therefore played with such murderous efficiency that it devoured even those who financed it. #Quote by Hannah Arendt
Employers quotes by Donald Trump
#65. When employees and employers, even coworkers, have a commitment to one another, everyone benefits. I have people who have been in business with me for decades. I reward their loyalty to the organization and to me. I know that they'll always be dedicated to what we're trying to accomplish. #Quote by Donald Trump
Employers quotes by Marianne Williamson
#66. Love makes us wake up in the morning with a sense of purpose and a flow of creative ideas. Love floods our nervous system with positive energy, making us far more attractive to prospective employers, clients, and creative partners. Love fills us with powerful charisma, enabling us to produce new ideas and new projects, even within circumstances that seem to be limited. Love leads us to atone for our errors and clean up the mess when we've made mistakes. Love leads us to act with impeccability, integrity, and excellence. Love leads us to serve, to forgive, and to hope. Those things are the opposite of a poverty consciousness; they're the stuff of spiritual wealth creation. #Quote by Marianne Williamson
Employers quotes by William J.H. Boetcker
#67. A man who tries to make the workmen believe that their employers are their natural enemies is indeed the worst enemy of workmen. For the employees of yesterday are the employers of today, and the employees of today can and will partly be the employers of tomorrow. #Quote by William J.H. Boetcker
Employers quotes by Charles M. Schwab
#68. The Bethlehem profit-sharing system is based on my belief that every man should get exactly what he makes himself worth. This is the only plan I know of which is equally fair to the employers and every class of employee. Someday, I hope, all labor troubles will be solved by such a system. #Quote by Charles M. Schwab
Employers quotes by Julia Quinn
#69. Is there anything else I can do to see to your comfort, Miss Trent?" Perriwick inquired.
"She's fine," Blake growled.
"Clearly, she
"
"Perriwick, isn't the west wing on fire?"
Perriwick blinked, sniffed the air, and stared at his employer in dismay. "I do not understand sir. #Quote by Julia Quinn
Employers quotes by Danny Silk
#70. A controlling God, who is usually represented by a controlling church leadership, is just not good news. How can church leadership create freedom and not more rules? How can we bring out the best in human beings and keep it at the surface even as we deal with their problems and shortcomings? Can we empower others and release them to live from their best natures and from the truest reasons they are alive? Will we as Christian leaders, parents, and employers take on the responsibility to learn how to draw out the dreams and destiny in the people we lead? #Quote by Danny Silk
Employers quotes by Thomas Perez
#71. Clearly, apprenticeships are a win-win: They provide workers with sturdy rungs on that ladder of opportunity and employers with the skilled workers they need to grow their businesses. And yet in America, they've traditionally been an undervalued and underutilized tool in our nation's workforce development arsenal. #Quote by Thomas Perez
Employers quotes by Spencer Abraham
#72. By balancing the needs of families and employers, and by extending a safe haven to those fleeing persecution, our immigration policy serves its historic purpose. Freedom and opportunity is the cornerstone of American society, and immigrants continue to embody that freedom. #Quote by Spencer Abraham
Employers quotes by Bertrand Russell
#73. Suppose that, at a given moment, a certain number of people are engaged in the manufacture of pins. They make as many pins as the world needs, working (say) eight hours a day. Someone makes an invention by which the same number of men can make twice as many pins: pins are already so cheap that hardly any more will be bought at a lower price. In a sensible world, everybody concerned in the manufacturing of pins would take to working four hours instead of eight, and everything else would go on as before. But in the actual world this would be thought demoralizing. The men still work eight hours, there are too many pins, some employers go bankrupt, and half the men previously concerned in making pins are thrown out of work. There is, in the end, just as much leisure as on the other plan, but half the men are totally idle while half are still overworked. In this way, it is insured that the unavoidable leisure shall cause misery all round instead of being a universal source of happiness. Can anything more insane be imagined? #Quote by Bertrand Russell
Employers quotes by Joe Wurzelbacher
#74. Private unions, such as the UAW, is a choice between employees and employers. If that is what they want, then who am I to say you can't have it? #Quote by Joe Wurzelbacher
Employers quotes by Tammara Webber
#75. A word of advice, though. This won't be the last time you have to deal with something in life that throws you off your game. In future courses, as well as in the real world
such as it is
professors and employers won't always be accommodating. We all have to
what's my daughter's terminology
suck it up and deal? #Quote by Tammara Webber
Employers quotes by Napoleon Hill
#76. One should use great care to select an employer who will be an inspiration, and who is, himself, intelligent and successful #Quote by Napoleon Hill
Employers quotes by Tony Judt
#77. Consider a mug of American coffee. It is found everywhere. It can be made by anyone. It is cheap - and refills are free. Being largely without flavor, it can be diluted to taste. What it lacks in allure it makes up in size. It is the most democratic method ever devised for introducing caffeine into human beings. Now take a cup of Italian espresso. It requires expensive equipment. Price-to-volume ratio is outrageous, suggesting indifference to the consumer and ignorance of the market. The aesthetic satisfaction accessory to the beverage far outweighs its metabolic impact. It is not a drink; it is an artifact.

This contrast can stand for the differences between America and Europe - differences nowadays asserted with increased frequency and not a little acrimony on both sides of the Atlantic. The mutual criticisms are familiar. To American commentators Europe is 'stagnant.' Its workers, employers, and regulations lack the flexibility and adaptability of their U.S. counterparts. The costs of European social welfare payments and public services are 'unsustainable.' Europe's aging and 'cossetted' populations are underproductive and self-satisfied. In a globalized world, the 'European social model' is a doomed mirage. This conclusion is typically drawn even by 'liberal' American observers, who differ from conservative (and neoconservative) critics only in deriving no pleasure from it.

To a growing number of Europeans, however, it is America that is in trouble a #Quote by Tony Judt
Employers quotes by Cullen Hightower
#78. In our nation there are two classes of nobility: the law-abiding workers and the law-abiding employers who sustain each other. #Quote by Cullen Hightower
Employers quotes by Marcus Buckingham
#79. Of the twelve, the most powerful questions (to employees, guaging their satisfaction with their employers) are those witha combination of the strongest links to the most business outcomes (to include profitability). Armed with this perspective, we now know that the following six ar ethe most powerful questions:
1) Do I know what is expected of me at work?
2) Do I have the materials and equipment I need to do my work right?
3) Do I have the opportunity to do what I do best every day?
4) In the last seven days, have I received recognition or praise for good work?
5) Does my supervisor, or someone at work, seem to care about me as a person?
6) Is there someone at work who encourages my development?
As a manager, if you want to know what you should do to build a strong and productive workplace, securing 5s to these six questions would be an excellent place to start. #Quote by Marcus Buckingham
Employers quotes by Larry Craig
#80. I'm for anything that lets people come here to work legally. There are more protections for workers who are here legally than for those who are not. It's also safer for the workers and employers have a more consistent pool of workers. #Quote by Larry Craig
Employers quotes by Christian F. Burton
#81. You can tell Allah that when he judges you. Explain how you helped them build their obscene wealth. Explain how you helped them dole out scraps to the general population in order to keep it in check. Explain how you looked the other way while your employers raped the holy land for their own benefit and enjoyment. And why did you look the other way? So you could keep your modest civil servant post. Take the money," Siraj insisted as he pushed it across the table. "You've done more to earn it than I have. #Quote by Christian F. Burton
Employers quotes by E.F. Schumacher
#82. It might be said that it is the ideal of the employer to have production without employees and the ideal of the employee is to have income without work. #Quote by E.F. Schumacher
Employers quotes by Barack Obama
#83. If we are going to solve the challenges we face, you need a President who will pursue genuine solutions day in and day out. And that is my commitment to you. We need immigration reform that will secure our borders, and punish employers who exploit immigrant labor; reform that finally brings the 12 million people who are here illegally out of the shadows by requiring them to take steps to become legal citizens. We must assert our values and reconcile our principles as a nation of immigrants and a nation of laws. That is a priority I will pursue from my very first day. #Quote by Barack Obama
Employers quotes by Alon Calinao Dy
#84. Every Person Needs a time out, away from stressful jobs, pressures from employers or clients, home responsibilities, etc., Everyone deserves to enjoy, visit unknown places, try other things, meet a lot of new friends, and feel at the top of the world. Life is full of fun, excitement, and adventure. Thus, vacation is an experience that's worth remembering for a lifetime. It heals a weary mind and soul. #Quote by Alon Calinao Dy
Employers quotes by Carly Fiorina
#85. For heaven's sakes, every parent in America is checking social media and every employer is as well, but our government can't do it. #Quote by Carly Fiorina
Employers quotes by Jimmy Carter
#86. The Social Security program is a pact between workers and their employers that they will contribute to a common fund to ensure that those who are no longer part of the work force will have a basic income on which to live. It represents our commitment as a society to the belief that workers should not live in dread that a disability, death, or old age could leave them or their families destitute. #Quote by Jimmy Carter
Employers quotes by Charles M. Schwab
#87. The man who attracts attention is the man who is thinking all the time, and expressing himself in little ways. It is not the man who tries to dazzle his employer by doing the theatrical, the spectacular. #Quote by Charles M. Schwab
Employers quotes by Ross Perlin
#88. All of us - employers, parents, schools, government agencies, and interns themselves - are complicit in the devaluing of work, the exacerbation of social inequality, and the disillusionment of young people in the workplace that are emerging as a result of the intern boom. Informal, barely studied, and little regulated, internships demand our scrutiny. We need a view of the entire sprawling system and its history, a glimpse of its curious blend of privilege and exploitation; we need to hear from interns themselves, and also from those who proffer internships, the people who sell them, the few who work to improve them, an the many who are unable to access them at all. only then can we consider ethical, legal alternatives to a system that is broken, a practice that is often poisonous. #Quote by Ross Perlin
Employers quotes by Oliver DeMille
#89. In nations that have become too complex, taxes and regulation cause at least a doubling of the amount employers must spend on labor. Many experts call this 'progress,' but the natural result is that many companies respond by sending their operations and jobs to less costly nations. #Quote by Oliver DeMille
Employers quotes by Karl Wiggins
#90. Carefree Scamps are unconventional to the extreme but they get better results, and frequently their employers, who were often in two minds about offering them the position in the first place, eventually realise they've found a diamond, yet not only are they unsure how to handle them, they can seldom work out how specifically they accomplish their objectives because in one way or another they're always rocking the bloody boat. The Carefree Scamp takes quite a bit of 'managing #Quote by Karl Wiggins
Employers quotes by Richie Norton
#91. One day employers will need to incentivize employees to actually work in an office. The office, in many ways, is obsolete. The office is more and more becoming a place for wasteful meetings and the work is actually being done at home. A Results-Only-Work-Environment (ROWE) is the path of future location-independent businesses. #Quote by Richie Norton
Employers quotes by Jane Middelton-Moz
#92. One of the survival mechanisms of children raised in alcoholic families is an awareness of parental needs and feelings and of changes in parental moods and behavior. The Adult Child often makes a full-time occupation of mind reading with partners, friends, employers, and therapists. As a consequence, they earn a Ph.D. at the age of six in observing the behavior of others and assessing parental needs - but are in elementary school at age thirty, trying to learn to assess, label, or communicate their own needs and feelings. #Quote by Jane Middelton-Moz
Employers quotes by Gore Vidal
#93. When Ronald Reagan's career in show business came to an end, he was hired to impersonate, first, a California governor and then an American president who would reduce taxes for his employers, the Southern and Western New Rich, much of whose money came from the defence industries. There is nothing unusual about this arrangement. All recent presidents have had their price-tags. #Quote by Gore Vidal
Employers quotes by John Kasich
#94. For heaven's sake, this is 2015. I've run the largest technology company in the world. Let me assure you we know how to build an employer verification system that would work. We can solve this. We just need to do it. #Quote by John Kasich
Employers quotes by B.C. Forbes
#95. Employers, have you ever stopped to reckon what the goodwill of your workers is worth? ... In most large concerns it would be worth more in dollars and cents to have the goodwill of the working force than of those on the outside. It has been repeatedly demonstrated that the average working force is capable of increasing its production 25% or more whenever the workers fell so inclined. Workers animated by ill will cannot possibly give results equal to those of workers animated by goodwill. The tragic fact appears to be that a tremendous number of working forces are not so animated ... #Quote by B.C. Forbes
Employers quotes by Gilbert King
#96. The "Florida bail bond racket" was, according to a former Orlando newspaper editor, the "most lucrative business in the state." The bondsmen worked hand in glove with employers to secure labor in exchange for fines and bond costs. Citrus grove foremen informed bondsmen how many men were needed, and workers were "secured from the stockades." If workers attempted to flee across state lines, they could be recaptured "without the formality of extradition proceedings." They had no choice but to work to pay off their fines at whatever grove or camp they were taken to, and they often worked under the supervision of armed guards, as they might on a chain gang. #Quote by Gilbert King
Employers quotes by George Bernard Shaw
#97. Nothing is more dangerous than a poor doctor: not even a poor employer or a poor landlord. #Quote by George Bernard Shaw
Employers quotes by Geoff Davis
#98. Stimulus spending, permanent bailouts, government takeovers, and federal mandates have all failed our nation. America's employers are afraid to invest in an economy racked with uncertainty over what Washington's next set of rules, regulations, mandates, and tax hikes will look like. #Quote by Geoff Davis
Employers quotes by P. J. O'Rourke
#99. Affirmative action makes employers think, 'Black woman nuclear physicist? Hah! Probably let her into Harvard 'cause they were looking for a twofer. Bet she got C's in high school practical math. Give her a job in personnel.' #Quote by P. J. O'Rourke
Employers quotes by Phumzile Mlambo-Ngcuka
#100. Employers must make far-reaching changes to employment terms and conditions for women: Equal pay for equal, decent work. #Quote by Phumzile Mlambo-Ngcuka
Employers quotes by Mokokoma Mokhonoana
#101. With homework, school prepares students for overtime. With reports, it prepares them for payday. #Quote by Mokokoma Mokhonoana
Employers quotes by Elena D. Calin
#102. Now, everybody is searching for managers with a little dose of leadership (not too much but it should be clearly there). Some "bosses" say that their employees either have leadership skills or they don't, that this is an innate ability. Others think leadership can be learned and they train their employees through various courses on this topic. The main aspect to observe here is that the majority of employers do not train or want their employees to become "distinct" leaders and follow their path in the world. They want and train them to stay in their company and successfully deliver more to the company. Of course, the rule is validated by exceptions, so there are companies that give birth, from their environment and trainings, to great and very influential leaders. #Quote by Elena D. Calin
Employers quotes by Stephen Covey
#103. Employers and business leaders need people who can think for themselves - who can take initiative and be the solution to problems. #Quote by Stephen Covey
Employers quotes by Naomi Klein
#104. The theory of economic shock therapy relies in part on the roleof expectations on feeding an inflationary process. Reining in inflation requires not only changing monetary policy but also changing the behavior of consumers, employers and workers. The role of a sudden, jarring policy shift is that it quickly alters expectations, signaling to the public that the rules of the game have changed dramatically - prices will not keep rising, nor will wages. #Quote by Naomi Klein
Employers quotes by Anonymous
#105. accommodate, within reason, the religious practices of workers and applicants unless they impose an "undue hardship" on the business. It is the latest in a line of Supreme Court cases that have elevated religious rights over secular interests, whether exercised by powerful corporations, government agencies or prison inmates. The majority opinion by Justice Antonin Scalia stressed two points that outline the role religion can have in the workplace. Employers must do more than handle religious practices in the same way they do secular ones, he wrote, because federal law gives faith-related expression "favored treatment, affirmatively obligating employers" to accommodate things they could otherwise refuse. Moreover, he wrote, an applicant or employee alleging religious discrimination doesn't have to prove the employer was motivated by bias. #Quote by Anonymous
Employers quotes by John Podhoretz
#106. Obama is talking to voters as though he is their boss, or their principal, or their father. He is not any of those things. He is their employee. And employers don't like it when their employees yell at them - even if their employees have it right. #Quote by John Podhoretz
Employers quotes by Tom Burrell
#107. Negative media reinforcements not only influence how cops, judges, employers, and others view black males, they affect how young blacks view themselves. #Quote by Tom Burrell
Employers quotes by Ken Robinson
#108. Employers say they want people who can think creatively, who can innovate, who can communicate well, work in teams and are adaptable and self-confident. #Quote by Ken Robinson
Employers quotes by Norbert Wiener
#109. Science is better paid than at any time in the past. The results of this pay have been to attract into science many of those for whom the pay is the first consideration, and who scorn to sacrifice immediate profit for the freedom of development of their own concept. Moreover, this inner development, important and indispensable as it may be to the world of science in the future, generally does not have the tendency to put a single cent into the pockets of their employers. #Quote by Norbert Wiener
Employers quotes by Rob Wittman
#110. Thousand of Virginia's are losing their coverage, facing skyrocketing insurance premiums and losing their doctors under Obamacare. Employers across the Commonwealth say that the law is preventing or slowing down hiring and growth. #Quote by Rob Wittman
Employers quotes by Nick Denton
#111. An employer would be a complete fool to let an image like college partying influence their hiring decisions. #Quote by Nick Denton
Employers quotes by Elyn R. Saks
#112. Mental illness is among the most stigmatized of categories.' People are ashamed of being mentally ill. They fear disclosing their condition to their friends and confidants-and certainly to their employers. #Quote by Elyn R. Saks
Employers quotes by Karen DeCrow
#113. Most of us believe that women can do what men do. The challenge is to convince employers, legislators, mothers, that men can do what women do. #Quote by Karen DeCrow
Employers quotes by Adolf Hitler
#114. So long as there are employers who attack social understanding and have wrong ideas of justice and fair play it is not only the right but also the duty of their employees - who are, after all, an integral part of our people - to protect the general interests against the greed and unreason of the individual. For to safeguard the loyalty and confidence of the people is as much in the interests of the nation as to safeguard public health. #Quote by Adolf Hitler
Employers quotes by Mokokoma Mokhonoana
#115. Employment was invented to make education seem useful. #Quote by Mokokoma Mokhonoana
Employers quotes by B.C. Forbes
#116. A willing, cheerful worker, with his heart in his job, will turn out more work and more satisfactory work in 44 hours than an unwilling worker, dissatisfied with his conditions, will turn out in 54 hours. It is good business, therefore, for every employer to go as far as he possibly can in reaching a schedule agreeable to his people. #Quote by B.C. Forbes
Employers quotes by Stephen Fry
#117. There were people who believed their opportunities to live a fulfilled life were hampered by the number of Asians in England, by the existance of a royal family, by the volume of traffic that passed by their house, by the malice of trade unions, by the power of callous employers, by the refusal of the health service to take their condition seriously, by communism, by capitalism, by atheism, by anything, in fact, but their own futile, weak-minded failure to get a fucking grip. #Quote by Stephen Fry
Employers quotes by Milton Friedman
#118. We regard the minimum wage rate as one of the most, if not the most, antiblack laws on the statute books. The government first provides schools in which many young people, disproportionately black, are educated so poorly that they do not have the skills that would enable them to get good wages. It then penalizes them a second time by preventing them from offering to work for low wages as a means of inducing employers to give them on-the-job training. All this is in the name of helping the poor. #Quote by Milton Friedman
Employers quotes by Kurt Vonnegut Jr.
#119. What we have created instead, as customers and employers and investors, is mountains of paper wealth so enormous that a handful of people in charge of them can take millions and billions for themselves without hurting anyone. Apparently.

Many members of my generation are disappointed. #Quote by Kurt Vonnegut Jr.
Employers quotes by Michelle Malkin
#120. Instead of putting Americans to work, the Teamsters have been busy yanking members off projects and idling construction projects from California to Indiana to New York in order to shake down employers. #Quote by Michelle Malkin
Employers quotes by Nikhil Goyal
#121. What are the purposes of modern-day schools? The primary purpose is warehousing -- keeping children off the streets, out of the workplace, and out of the home for most of the day to the benefit of parents, some employers, and the general public. Call it the "jail function" as John Holt put it frankly. There is no attempt to cloak this fact. In a blog post bemoaning the number of days her children have off from school, one blogger's headline read: "November Is the Cruelest Month for Moms".

The second purpose is teaching children how to comply with orders, submit to authority, and fit into our consumerist, capitalist economy. This is not usually acknowledged. Schools, educators, and policymakers are not candidly saying that the objective of schools is to produce compliant students, but that's generally what happens.

The third purpose is ranking and sorting students based on their performance in school. It's an efficient way to determine who should be rewarded for her compliance, or in other words, who should go to the top colleges and universities and later hold positions of power and influence and society. As the eminent linguist Noam Chomsky once put it, "The whole educational and professional training system is a very elaborate filter, which just weeds out people who are too independent, and who think for themselves, and who don't know how to be submissive, and so on -- because they're dysfunctional to the institutions.

The fourth is a distor #Quote by Nikhil Goyal
Employers quotes by Teri Garr
#122. I have heard all kinds of stories about telling employers about MS and I really don't know what the answer is. I am a private person, but I have found support by talking to fellow MSrs in the community. #Quote by Teri Garr
Employers quotes by Andy Stern
#123. It has no enforceable standards to stop a union from conspiring with employers to keep another stronger union out or from negotiating contracts with lower pay and standards that members of another union have spent a lifetime establishing. #Quote by Andy Stern
Employers quotes by Tom Rath
#124. I've spoken with a few employers who have moved away from what has to be some of the least attractive language you could use about health risk to start talking about wellbeing. #Quote by Tom Rath
Employers quotes by Keith Olbermann
#125. I don't think there are huge divergences between my personality and what they see on TV. And I think that's why I have been gainfully employed doing this. I'll always deliver what an employer wants. #Quote by Keith Olbermann
Employers quotes by James Larkin
#126. A mutual arrangement, I repeat, is the only satisfactory medium whereby the present system can be carried on with any degree of satisfaction, and in such an arrangement the employers have more to gain than the workers. #Quote by James Larkin
Employers quotes by Anonymous
#127. If America's universities are indeed poor value for money, why might that be? The main reason is that the market for higher education, like that for health care, does not work well. The government rewards universities for research, so that is what professors concentrate on. Students are looking for a degree from an institution that will impress employers; employers are interested primarily in the selectivity of the institution a candidate has attended. Since the value of a degree from a selective institution depends on its scarcity, good universities have little incentive to produce more graduates. #Quote by Anonymous
Employers quotes by Mokokoma Mokhonoana
#128. Employers are at their happiest on Mondays. Employees are at their happiest on Fridays. #Quote by Mokokoma Mokhonoana
Employers quotes by George Zimmerman
#129. As a result of the incident and subsequent media coverage, I have been forced to leave my home, my school, my employer, my family and ultimately, my entire life, #Quote by George Zimmerman
Employers quotes by Peter Drucker
#130. An employer has no business with a man's personality. Employment is a specific contract calling for a specific performance. Any attempt to go beyond that is usurpation. It is immoral as well as an illegal intrusion of privacy. It is abuse of power. An employee owes no "loyalty," he owes no "love" and no "attitudes"-he owes performance and nothing else. The task is not to change personality, but to enable a person to achieve and to perform. #Quote by Peter Drucker
Employers quotes by Neal Boortz
#131. Many unions have contracts with employers that are based on a multiple of the prevailing minimum wage. If the minimum wage goes up, union salaries go up by a similar percentage. #Quote by Neal Boortz
Employers quotes by Alex Sink
#132. Immigration reform is important in our country. We have a lot of employers over on the beaches that rely upon workers and especially in this high-growth environment, where are you going to get people to work to clean our hotel rooms or do our landscaping? We don't need to put those employers in a position of hiring undocumented and illegal workers. #Quote by Alex Sink
Employers quotes by Mokokoma Mokhonoana
#133. The employed are punished by having to do what they do not love. The self-employed are punished by the opposite. #Quote by Mokokoma Mokhonoana
Employers quotes by Robert Kiyosaki
#134. If you work for money, you give the power to your employer. If your money works for you, you keep and control the power. #Quote by Robert Kiyosaki
Employers quotes by Karina Halle
#135. Did you talk to all your past employers this way?" he eventually asks.
"I would have if they were as rude as you."
Both of his brows shoot up and I'm prepared for him to start shouting to his secret service and have me dragged off to the guillotines.
Instead he gives me a tight smile. "I'll be paying your salary. That doesn't mean I have to like you.":
"And I'll be earning that salary. That doesn't mean I have to like you either. #Quote by Karina Halle
Employers quotes by Jan C. Ting
#136. If cheap immigrant labor is made unavailable, employers can hire Americans at a higher wage, or replace low-wage immigrant workers with technology and automation, which will create a smaller number of skilled jobs for Americans. #Quote by Jan C. Ting
Employers quotes by Spiro T. Agnew
#137. I am not asking for government censorship or any other kind of censorship. I am asking whether a kind of censorship already exists when the news that forty million Americans receive each night is determined by a handful of men responsible only to their corporate employers and filtered through a handful of commentators who admit to their own set of biases. #Quote by Spiro T. Agnew
Employers quotes by Barbara Ehrenreich
#138. Employers have gone away from the idea that an employee is a long-term asset to the company, someone to be nurtured and developed, to a new notion that they are disposable. #Quote by Barbara Ehrenreich
Employers quotes by Richard Davenport-Hines
#139. had gone to work in Worcester's famous Washburn & Moen barbed wire factory: Swedes were preferred by employers there because, unlike the Irish, they did not tend to get either fighting drunk or unionized. #Quote by Richard Davenport-Hines
Employers quotes by Fanny Kemble
#140. A good many causes tend to make good masters and mistresses quite as rare as good servants ... The large and rapid fortunes by which vulgar and ignorant people become possessed of splendid houses, splendidly furnished, do not, of course, give them the feelings and manners of gentle folks, or in any way really raise them above the servants they employ, who are quite aware of this fact, and that the possession of wealth is literally the only superiority their employers have over them. #Quote by Fanny Kemble
Employers quotes by Shawn Achor
#141. Happiness is actually an individual choice, even in the midst of negative circumstances. It's not something our employers can give to us, though they can limit and influence that choice. #Quote by Shawn Achor
Employers quotes by Andy Stern
#142. The AFL-CIO is a structure that divides workers' strength by allowing each union to organize in any industry, then bargain on its own, even when workers share a common employer. #Quote by Andy Stern
Employers quotes by Kit Bond
#143. It is U.S. workers who lose out when employers cannot get the high-tech graduates they need to compete with foreign companies in the 21st century economy. #Quote by Kit Bond
Employers quotes by Robert Owen
#144. The working classes may be injuriously degraded and oppressed in three ways:1st - When they are neglected in infancy2nd - When they are overworked by their employer, and are thus rendered incompetent from ignorance to make a good use of high wages when they can procure them.3rd - When they are paid low wages for their labour #Quote by Robert Owen
Employers quotes by Robert Farrar Capon
#145. Parables are told only because they are true, not because the actions of the characters in them can be recommended for imitation. Good Samaritans are regularly sued. Fathers who give parties for wayward sons are rightly rebuked, Employers who pay equal wages for unequal work have labor-relations problems. And any Shepherd who makes a practice of leaving ninety-nine sheep to chase after a lost one quickly goes out of the sheep-ranching business.
The parables are true only because they are like what God is like, not because they are models for us to copy. It is simply a fact that the one thing we dare not under any circumstances imitate is the only thing that can save us. The parables are, one and all, about the foolishness by which Grace raises the dead. They apply to no sensible process at all - only to the divine insanity that brings everything out of nothing. #Quote by Robert Farrar Capon
Employers quotes by Simon Sinek
#146. True love exists in business. It's when Employee and Employer are amazingly grateful to have each other. We should all have true love at work. #Quote by Simon Sinek
Employers quotes by Hillary Clinton
#147. Children exist in the world as well as in the family. From the moment they are born, they depend on a host of other 'grown-ups - grandparents, neighbors, teachers, ministers, employers, political leaders, and untold others who touch their lives directly and indirectly. #Quote by Hillary Clinton
Employers quotes by Robert Sheaffer
#148. To generate any appreciable degree of long-term affluence requires scrupulous honesty and the willingness to honor long-term agreements with employers, suppliers, partners, and especially customers. The flimflam artist may generate a few quick bucks through fraud or misrepresentation, but no successful and lasting business enterprise was ever founded on such principles. #Quote by Robert Sheaffer
Employers quotes by Susan Collins
#149. What we've been hearing over and over again is that the reason Republicans are opposed to the surtax is because of the concern of its impact on job creation. Well, if you carve out employers, you take away that argument. #Quote by Susan Collins
Employers quotes by Jan C. Ting
#150. Border enforcement coupled with employer sanctions and threatening employers who hire immigration law violators is insufficient. #Quote by Jan C. Ting
Employers quotes by Risa Lavizzo-Mourey
#151. Higher costs naturally translate into fewer employers offering insurance coverage, and fewer employees accepting it, even when it is offered. #Quote by Risa Lavizzo-Mourey
Employers quotes by Jacques Delors
#152. If you don't have collective agreements between unions and employers, governments have to legislate more. #Quote by Jacques Delors
Employers quotes by Andrew Carnegie
#153. Instead of the question "What must I do for my employer?" substitute "What can I do" #Quote by Andrew Carnegie
Employers quotes by Jason Versey
#154. Our ultimate purpose in life lies in selfless service to others. Selflessly giving of ourselves to our spouses, our children, our friends, our community, our employers and or our customers unlocks a treasure chest of priceless gifts for both the recipient and you. Let's go the extra mile, in all we do, this week and see what riches we can discover. ~Jason Versey #Quote by Jason Versey
Employers quotes by Laurie Penny
#155. Only by remembering to say 'no' will the women of 21st century regain their voice and remember their power. 'No' is the most important word in a woman's dialectic arsenal, and it is the one word that our employers, our leaders, and quite often, the men in our lives would do anything to prevent us from saying. No, we will not serve. No, we will not settle for the dirty work, the low-paid work, the unpaid work. No, we will not stay late at the office, look after the kids, sort out the shopping. We refuse to fit the enormity of our passion, our creativity, and our potential into the rigid physical prison laid down for us since we were small children. No. We refuse. We will not buy your clothes and shoes and surgical solutions. No, we will not be beautiful; we will not be good. Most of all, we refuse to be beautiful and good. #Quote by Laurie Penny
Employers quotes by John L. Lewis
#156. If there is to be peace in our industrial life let the employer recognize his obligation to his employees - at least to the degree set forth in existing statutes. #Quote by John L. Lewis
Employers quotes by Henry Hazlitt
#157. There is no more certain way to deter employment than to harass and penalize employers. There is no more certain way to keep wages low than to destroy every incentive to investment in new and more efficient machines and equipment. #Quote by Henry Hazlitt
Employers quotes by Larry Bucshon
#158. I don't believe that employers should have access to an employee's private passwords, including Facebook. #Quote by Larry Bucshon
Employers quotes by Jim Stanford
#159. Employers crave the power to fire workers whose performance is judged inferior-not just to get rid of those particular workers, but more importantly to motivate and discipline the rest of the workforce. #Quote by Jim Stanford
Employers quotes by Sophia Amoruso
#160. Although playing hard to get might be cute in the dating world, it won't fly with potential employers. They don't have time to court you, so you had better romance the hell out of them. #Quote by Sophia Amoruso
Employers quotes by Mitt Romney
#161. No mandatory prison term for employers who hire illegals. #Quote by Mitt Romney
Employers quotes by Barbara Ehrenreich
#162. As Louis Uchitelle has reported in the New York Times, many employers will offer almost anything - free meals, subsidized transportation, store discounts - rather than raise wages. The reason for this, in the words of one employer, is that such extras "can be shed more easily" than wage increases when changes in the market seem to make them unnecessary.7 In the same spirit, automobile manufacturers would rather offer their customers cash rebates than reduced prices; the advantage of the rebate is that it seems like a gift and can be withdrawn without explanation. #Quote by Barbara Ehrenreich
Employers quotes by Alexandra Lanc
#163. The water felt cold, but I didn't mind; feeling wasn't something that I feared, despite what my employers and the rest of the world might think.
Break (Exe Lore #1) #Quote by Alexandra Lanc
Employers quotes by Tom Wood
#164. Victor said, 'I'm going to take this axe and I'm going to hack off one of your hands. The blade is dull and I couldn't find a whetstone so it might take a couple of blows to do the job, so you'll need to be patient. The pain and the fear will be like nothing you've ever experienced, but the horror of watching the stump where your wrist used to be spray blood everywhere is going to be like nothing you can even imagine. At that point you won't be worried by what your employers might do to you. You'll bleed to death in about two minutes. Which is why I'm telling you now: don't forget the stove. When I sever your hand, you're going to be free of that post. It's only 20 feet to that stove, but it's going to feel like a mile. Focus on it now, because you're going to be in shock. When you cauterise the wound against the cast iron, you're probably going to pass out, but I'll wake you up again. If your heart stops, I'll use the epinephrine you brought to bring you back. If you don't talk to me then, if you don't give what I want to know about your employers, I'll take your other hand. After that, I'll start improvising. Are you ready?' Niven's gaze flicked between the axe and Victor's eyes. 'You… you can't be serious.' Victor raised the axe. #Quote by Tom Wood
Employers quotes by Jim Bernheimer
#165. That was mean."

"Well he did accuse me of being a bitch. Any professional is going to try their best to meet their employer's expectations. #Quote by Jim Bernheimer
Employers quotes by Crystal Bowersox
#166. When you're a kid, you might be picked on for your differences. When you're an adult, employers, colleges, friends - people look for differences when you're adult, and that's what makes you shine and stand out. #Quote by Crystal Bowersox
Employers quotes by Steven Hatfill
#167. The next day I was put on paid leave from my new job at Louisiana State University. This is very painful to me, though once again I understand the circumstances in which my employers find themselves in light of these actions taken against me. #Quote by Steven Hatfill
Employers quotes by Charles M. Schwab
#168. What we must seek is a plan by which the men will receive high wages when the employers are receiving high prices for the product. #Quote by Charles M. Schwab
Employers quotes by William Archibald Spooner
#169. The weight of rages will press hard upon the employer #Quote by William Archibald Spooner
Employers quotes by Mark Noble
#170. My personal view is that nobody should stand between an employer and employee when it comes to employment contract negations. Not the government and not meddlesome third parties. This includes the ability for individuals to bargain collectively with their employers. #Quote by Mark Noble
Employers quotes by Barton Gellman
#171. Privacy is relational. It depends on the audience. You don't want your employer to know you're job hunting. You don't spill all about your love life to your mom or your kids. You don't tell trade secrets to your rivals. #Quote by Barton Gellman
Employers quotes by P.G. Wodehouse
#172. The club book was never intended to be light and titillated reading for the members. Its function is solely to acquaint those who are contemplating taking new posts with the foibles of prospective employers. This being so, there is no need for the record contained in the eighteen pages in which you figure. For I may hope, may I not, sir, that you will allow me to remain permanently in your service? #Quote by P.G. Wodehouse
Employers quotes by Ron Wyden
#173. Without Free Choice Vouchers, there is little in the health reform law that discourages employers from increasingly passing the burden of health care costs onto their employees. #Quote by Ron Wyden
Employers quotes by Charles Frazier
#174. Ask her what she craved, and she'd get a little frantic about things like books, the woods, music. Plants and the seasons. Also freedom. Not being bought and sold by some idiot employer, not having the moments of her days valued in fractions of a dollar by somebody other than herself. #Quote by Charles Frazier
Employers quotes by Jonathan Sacks
#175. Religious ritual is a way of structuring time so that we, not employers, the market or the media, are in control. Life needs its pauses, its chapter breaks, if the soul is to have space to breathe. #Quote by Jonathan Sacks
Employers quotes by Richard N. Bolles
#176. a vast majority of employers now Google your name - yes, Google has become both noun and verb - before they'll consider hiring you. There's your new resume, using the word resume loosely. Bye, bye, control. Statistics are hard to come by, and they tend to be all over the map. Some are from very old surveys or very limited surveys (such as 100 employers). What we know for sure is that somewhere between 35% and 70% of employers now report that they have rejected applicants on the basis of what they found through Google. Things that can get you rejected: bad grammar or gross misspelling on your Facebook or LinkedIn profile; anything indicating you lied on your resume; any badmouthing of previous employers; any signs of racism, prejudice, or screwy opinions about stuff; anything indicating alcohol or drug abuse; and any - to put it delicately - inappropriate content, etc. #Quote by Richard N. Bolles
Employers quotes by Howard Zinn
#177. I would prefer to use a very inclusive definition of the working class. I'd like to include all of those people who are, if they're not exploited by an immediate employer over them, they're exploited by the system and therefore have a cause to want to change the system. Having a very inclusive definition of the working class creates a great opportunity for organizing people. #Quote by Howard Zinn
Employers quotes by Rosabeth Moss Kanter
#178. Lack of opportunity breeds dreams of escape. But professionals and managers who have invested in their careers do not leave the work force as frequently as discouraged workers in lower status occupations. Instead, they keep working, but they escape emotionally by defining achievement in professional, not company, terms ... Thus, the potential for being stuck as career uncertainty grows takes its toll in weakening attachment to any particular employer. #Quote by Rosabeth Moss Kanter
Employers quotes by Madeleine M. Kunin
#179. If we are to create a new agenda for family/work policies, employers and employees have to take a seat at the same table and recognize their mutual gains. #Quote by Madeleine M. Kunin
Employers quotes by Derek Bok
#180. Colleges and universities, for all the benefits they bring, accomplish far less for their students than they should. Many students graduate without being able to write well enough to satisfy their employers ... reason clearly or perform competently in analyzing complex, non-technical problems. #Quote by Derek Bok
Employers quotes by Ann Coulter
#181. So more than a century ago, everyone agreed: No more indentured servitude. But today's employers have conspired to bring it back with H-1B visas, then they strut around like they're Martin Luther King by invoking the magical word "immigration." Immigration covers a multitude of sins because we have all agreed to pretend mass immigration from the Third World is the same thing as black civil rights. In the 1960s, leftists were at least self-destructive: They wanted to damage the country in ways that would hurt them, their parents, and their kids. The New Left has found a way to be self-righteous only after checking to make sure they've completely exempted themselves from the destruction they're wreaking. Liberals will pull every string imaginable to prevent their own kids from having to compete with immigrants - and then demand cheap employees for themselves. The middle class and lower class take it in the shorts - and the elites get to feel noble. #Quote by Ann Coulter
Employers quotes by Dennis Hastert
#182. Too many employers have said that they are unable to find skilled workers. #Quote by Dennis Hastert
Employers quotes by R.C. Sproul
#183. In our society cultural analysts speak of the "politics of envy," where politicians, for their own interests, stir up strife among people to create a kind of class warfare. The poor are set against the rich, employees against employers, women against men. Envy is the breeding ground for strife and even war. Envy is not restricted to the poor. #Quote by R.C. Sproul
Employers quotes by Henry David Thoreau
#184. As for my own business, even that kind of surveying which I could do with most satisfaction my employers do not want. They would prefer that I should do my work coarsely and not too well, ay, not well enough. When I observe that there are different ways of surveying, my employer commonly asks which will give him the most land, not which is most correct. #Quote by Henry David Thoreau
Employers quotes by Cal Newport
#185. If you can create something useful, its reachable audience (e.g., employers or customers) is essentially limitless - which greatly magnifies your reward. On the other hand, if what you're producing is mediocre, then you're in trouble, as it's too easy for your audience to find a better alternative online. Whether you're a computer programmer, writer, marketer, consultant, or entrepreneur, your situation has become similar to Jung trying to outwit Freud, or Jason Benn trying to hold his own in a hot start-up: To succeed you have to produce the absolute best stuff you're capable of producing - a task that requires depth. #Quote by Cal Newport
Employers quotes by Janet Reno
#186. We are trying to identify employers that might be [hiring illegal aliens] and to take effective action against them. We're trying to make sure that employers that want to cooperate have a system whereby they can verify the employment status of a person that they are seeking to hire. It is part of a comprehensive initiative in which we look both at the border, at the workplace, at criminal aliens, in an attempt to have a comprehensive effort aimed at stopping illegal immigration while at the same time promoting legal immigration according to principles of due process. #Quote by Janet Reno
Employers quotes by Leila Janah
#187. The thing that the Internet does is it allows labor to move freely across borders in the way that capital does but, traditionally, labor cannot. So the Internet frees workers to be based anywhere and work for employers anywhere. #Quote by Leila Janah
Employers quotes by Caryl Churchill
#188. NELL. Because that's what an employer is going to have doubts about with a lady as I needn't tell you, whether she's got the guts to push through to a closing situation. They think we're too nice. They think we listen to the buyer's doubts. They think we consider his needs and his feelings. #Quote by Caryl Churchill
Employers quotes by Jim Ryun
#189. The majority of Americans receive health insurance coverage through their employers, but with rising health care costs, many small businesses can no longer afford to provide coverage for their employees. #Quote by Jim Ryun
Employers quotes by Sinclair Lewis
#190. As to industrial conditions, however, Babbitt had thought a great deal, and his opinions may be coordinated as follows: A good labor union is of value because it keeps out radical unions, which would destroy property. No one ought to be forced to belong to a union, however. All labor agitators who try to force men to join a union should be hanged. In fact, just between ourselves, there oughtn't to be any unions allowed at all; and as it's the best way of fighting the unions, every business man ought to belong to an employers'-association and to the Chamber of Commerce. In union there is strength. So any selfish hog who doesn't join the Chamber of Commerce ought to be forced to. #Quote by Sinclair Lewis
Employers quotes by Thomas Perez
#191. When you put more money in the pockets of working families, they spend it on groceries, gas, school supplies, and other goods and services. And that helps businesses grow and create jobs. So many forward-looking employers, large and small, understand this. #Quote by Thomas Perez
Employers quotes by Anne Bishop
#192. You're in the Courtyard.
Whatever rules humans have for employers aren't my rules unless I say they're my rules.
So I can hire you even though you don't have any idea what you're doing, and I can fire you for having stinky hair! #Quote by Anne Bishop
Employers quotes by Jessie Belle Rittenhouse
#193. I bargained with Life for a penny, and Life would pay no more. However I begged at the evening when I counted my scanty store. For Life is a just employer, he gives you what you ask. But once you have set the wages, why, you must bear the task. I worked for a menial's hire, only to learn, dismayed, that any wage I had asked of Life, Life would have willingly paid. #Quote by Jessie Belle Rittenhouse
Employers quotes by Donald Trump
#194. People that never had a part-time job in their lives, people that have worked for a company 20 and 30 years are now working for the same company as a part-timer because of "Obama care," because of the basic advantages to doing that in terms of "Obama care" for an employer. #Quote by Donald Trump
Employers quotes by Stanley Baldwin
#195. Had the employers of past generations all of them dealt fairly with their men there would have been no unions. #Quote by Stanley Baldwin
Employers quotes by Edward Kennedy
#196. We should strengthen our immigration laws to prevent the importation of foreign wages and working conditions. We should make it illegal for employers to lay off Americans and then fill their jobs by bringing in workers from overseas. Any U.S. employer who wishes to hire from abroad - even for temporary jobs - should have to recruit U.S. workers first. And we should end the unskilled immigration that competes with young Americans just entering the job market. #Quote by Edward Kennedy
Employers quotes by Jerry Jasinowski
#197. The survey findings reflect the growing trend toward incentive compensation programs as a way for employers to share the wealth with workers, ... Roughly 80 percent of those surveyed offer bonus programs and 401(k) or profit-sharing plans ... as they compete for the best and brightest workforce. #Quote by Jerry Jasinowski
Employers quotes by G.K. Chesterton
#198. But though the essential of the woman's task is universality, this does not, of course, prevent her from having one or two severe though largely wholesome prejudices. She has, on the whole, been more conscious than man that she is only one half of humanity; but she has expressed it (if one may say so of lady) by getting her teeth into the two or three things which she thinks she stands for. I would observe here in parenthesis that much of the recent official trouble about women has arisen from the fact that they transfer to things of doubt and reason that sacred stubbornness only proper to the primary things which a woman was set to guard.
One's own children, one's own altar, ought to be a matter of principle--
or if you like, a matter of prejudice. On the other hand, who wrote Junius's Letters ought not to be a principle or a prejudice, it ought to be a matter of free and almost indifferent inquiry. But take an energetic modern girl secretary to a league to show that George III wrote Junius, and in three months she will believe it, too, out of mere loyalty to her employers. Modern women defend their office with all the fierceness of domesticity. They fight for desk and typewriter as for hearth and home, and develop a sort of wolfish wifehood on behalf of the invisible head of the firm. That is why they do office work so well; and that is why they ought not to do it. #Quote by G.K. Chesterton
Employers quotes by Thomas L. Friedman
#199. The emergence of intelligent algorithms and networks such as LaunchCode, which can be used by employers as trusted validators to sow people into the system and not weed them out of it, holds the promise of unlocking a lot of wasted talent. Says Lewis: "If you can do the job, you should get the job." Fortunately, #Quote by Thomas L. Friedman
Employers quotes by Carl Hiaasen
#200. Nobody from the Amazing Kingdom bothered to check with previous employers, such as the New York City Police Department, to inquire about allegations of bribery, moral turpitude, substance abuse, witness tampering and the unnecessary use of deadly force, to wit, the pistol-whipping of a young man suspected of shoplifting a bag of cheese-flavored Doritos. #Quote by Carl Hiaasen

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