(Editors Note – Thursday May 23, 2013)
Originally Published on: Jun 26, 2012 @ 16:58
Between us as friends, it has been close to one full year since the initial publishing of this installment, and what has be revealed is that it is the tendency of cotton pickers and certain others to place a greater value on hard work and a lesser value on efficient work so that if one is not showing to be working hard enough, there is a refusal to share the fruits of their own hard and honest labor for the efficient service being provided by yours truly and out staff.
The resolution has been shown then to be in the decision to not share the initial time and results of the efficient service with those individuals as the higher earnings have been proven to be offered to the most proficient labor with an increase in skill and decrease in time and effort, where as the lesser earnings are going to the least proficient yet more labor intensive workers for a job done hard as opposed to a job well done.
Picturing Efficient Communication.
1. the state or quality of being efficient; competency in performance.
2. accomplishment of or ability to accomplish a job with a minimum expenditure of time and effort: The assembly line increased industry’s efficiency.
3. the ratio of the work done or energy developed by a machine, engine, etc., to the energy supplied to it, usually expressed as a percentage.