The corporation man

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The program begins with Mr. Huntington’s explanation of why he works as hard as he does. Does the income tax make any difference to his incentive to work? Mr. Morris describes his objections to the present income tax system. He explains his theory that production, which is the purpose of the corporation, is best served when they interests of the individual coincide with company interests. To this Mr. Greber adds his belief that an organization must have room for active participation in it by all its members. Mr. Huntington adds that this explains why it is important for the organization to work well as a team. The three men discuss how much a large corporation should engage in “non-profit” activities. Mr. Huntington and Mr. Morris agree that a job must give satisfaction to the individual, if it is to be well done, and worth doing. In conclusion, Mr. Morris declares that he has not felt any desire to go into business for himself: he finds his job in the corporation altogether satisfying and stimulating
Dick Hartzell; Ralph Patrick; F.W. Huntington; Robert M. Morris; Edward G. Greber; Elmer P. Lotshaw; Office of Television Activities, Washington University; Richard Heffron; Harold Barron; Dan Lovins; KETC, St. Louis
National Educational Television; Indiana University Audio-Visual Center
Executives--United States ; Corporations, American.
National Educational Television
IUL Moving Image Archive
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No Copyright - United States
Physical Description
1 Film (0:00:00); 16mm
Other Identifiers
IULMIA Film Database: 40000003217504; Other: GR00453735; MDPI Barcode: 40000003217504

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