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THE D4Y BOOK
An Adless Daily Newspaper,
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500- South Peoria SL "398 - By Mail, 50 Cents a Month.
VOL.3, NO. 28 Chicago, Thursday, Oct. 30, 1913 ONE CENT
BIG FIRM FINDS IT PAYS TO TREAT
EMPLOYES LIKE HUMAN BEINGS
Head of Cadbury Brothers, Big British Candy Company,
Tells of' Results of Acting Toward His Workers as
Though They Were His Own Children Has
Yielded Profits on Generosity.
Cadbury Bros., Ltd:, the great English manufacturers of cocoa and
Serve hot cocoa and biscuits to girls who come to work before 8 a. m.J
Serve cold drinks free in departments which' are 'overheated!
Pay carfare for thoseemployes who live far from the works! '
Give free dental ari'd medical advice to all workers!
Furnish "swimming pools and'compel younger employes to take physi
Conduct an'educational department and compel all employes under 1C
to attend classes!
Maintain an eight-hour 'day! '
And pay better wages than the upions demand!
Cadbury Brothers have developed- such an industrial conscience that
it has taken Edward Cadbury, one of the proprietors nearly 300 pages to
describe its workings, in. a book which he has just published on "Experi
ments in Industrial Organization."
"Every one who is acquainted with the Bournville works the home ol
the Cadbury concern near Birmingham, England knows full well that the