F: Can you tell me a little more about your company organization?
M: Certainly, here is a copy of our company's profile for your review, we are devided up into a three - tier system, the first tier is our executive branch whcih includes the CEO and board of directors, below that, is our managerial tier which includes all the department heads and supervisors, lastly, are laborial tier.
F: What percentage of your employees found under the laborial tier?
M: Nearly seventy-five percent of all employees are considered laborial staff, now, the laborial staff category is very broad, it includes manent crews, secretarial staff, account managers, sales representatives, any entry level positions, cafeteria workers, the janitorial staff, as you can see, a very large and very categorization.
F: I see, now then, how many laborial staff members do you have working under you?
M: Me, personally? Well, I am the lead financial officer, so, in our financial department, we have three accountants and one financial secretary.
M: Will tommorow be the labour day, I think it would be a nice gesture to let all the memebers of laborial staff to leave work an hour early. What do you say?
F: What! That sounds perfectly ridiculous! Labour Day is a holiday for everyone,not just laborial staff, and we get a whole day off tomorrow anyway, so, what's the point of an extra hour tonight?
M: Well, we all get Labour Day off as holiday, the real purpose of the holiday is to remember all the people who do manual or other hard labour, it 's the celebrate those of workers doing what other people might not be willing to do, I think we ought to do something and honour our common worker.
F: So, if we did allow the laborial force to go home early, how many people are we talking about?
M: In our company, the loborial force makes up sixty percent of our workers, we'll just be letting slightly over half the folks out a little early.