Business: Stenog's Sabbatical

To keep its twelve employees "contented and happy," Chicago's M. Glen Miller advertising agency last week launched a plan to give employees a year's vacation with pay after every six years of work. First to go was Stenographer Nellie Mason, who was required only to 1) spend the time in some constructive way and 2) write the office once a week. Miss Mason will spend her sabbatical year touring the U.S.

Said Agency President Miller: "I think everybody should have a chance to do the things they've always wanted to do, but never had the opportunity." To his stenographer's weekly letters, he...

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