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"It is not here claimed that any single panacea exists for all of the troubles of the working-people or of employers. As long as some people are born lazy or inefficient, and others are born greedy and brutal, as long as vice and crime are with us, just so long will a certain amount of poverty, misery, and unhappiness be with us also."--The Principles of Scientific Management (1911) by Frederick Winslow Taylor

"I owe my soul to the company store."--"Sixteen Tons" (1946) by Merle Travis

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The workforce or labour force is the labour pool either in employment or in unemployment.

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