Excerpt from Machine Shop Tools and Shop Practice: A Book of Practical Instruction
He must learn to take a hint, as the foreman may at times suggest rather than tell him that it would be best to do the other way; and above all things he must not have to be told a second time.... It is bad to duplicate accidents to tools or mistakes on work, and especially so when previously cautioned on these points.
He cannot be too neat and orderly, not only with his tools and work, but in his personal appearance.
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