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The hired man does not owe the employer gratitude; he owes him a definite quantity of work of a definite kind and quality. Human Action p. 629; p. 634 Work
The only means of inducing a man to work more and better is to offer him a higher reward. It is vain to bait him with the joy of labor. Human Action p. 589; p. 592 Work
The toiler looks at his work as a means for the attainment of an end sought, and the progress of his work delights him as an approach toward his goal. His joy is a foretaste of the satisfaction conveyed by the mediate gratification. Human Action p. 586; p. 589 Work