MANAGEMENT: Neglected Duty

When Arthur Deutsch, a linotyper in Manhattan's Publishers Printing Co., asked to have his vacation in March so he could visit Europe, the company readily agreed. But no sooner had he landed abroad than he joined a group called the American Committee to Survey Labor Conditions in Europe, traveled with it through Poland and ended up at the Moscow International Economic Conference.

When Deutsch returned to the U.S., he was called on the carpet by Sampson Field, president of the company. Two of his big customers, the U.S. Government and the City of New York, Field pointed out, had complained about...

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