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Nobody in college races home and says, 'I can't wait to see the news! I can't wait to see who CBS is going to hire!'
I think if you have a two-story office and you hire someone who's handicapped, it might be reasonable to let him have an office on the first floor rather than the government saying you have to have a $100,000 elevator.
I try to hire people I don't have to motivate. But I do motivate the people working with and for me.
I got to L.A., and they said I had to lose weight, let my hair grow and buy some dresses. I was nailing auditions with my readings, but they wouldn't hire me because I wasn't putting on the glam. It just didn't occur to me.
In these litigious times, if you're a beginner, it's becoming harder and harder to get your work to the people who might actually be able to hire you.
The young man who's had the Guggenheim fortune behind him all his life - he can hire all the authorities on the subject to teach him how to do a monologue, but he's never going to have the right stuff to pull it off. If he doesn't walk out onstage needing to walk out there, he doesn't have a dream of doing well.
Film's hard when you don't have any relationship with the director at all and you just show up. Then you really are just a gun for hire.
Philip Seymour Hoffman
If my career isn't going that well, I'd rather it flounder than desperately trying to show up on red carpets: 'I'm for hire! Remember me!'
Washington has got to, across the board, lower taxes for small businesses so that our mom and pops can reinvest and hire people, so that our businesses can thrive.
Today, when I hire, I look for people who want to be trained and molded.
You want to do your job well so that people in the future say, 'OK, he's not bad, let's hire him.'
In 1999, I was in St. Louis with Martin Luther King III as we led protests against the state's failure to hire minority contractors for highway construction projects. We went at dawn on a summer day with over a thousand people and performed acts of civil disobedience.
Most of us are 'ultraconformists' when it comes to who we are most likely to follow... to socialise with, or even who we are most likely to hire.
When you hire good people, and you provide good jobs and good wages and a career, good things are going to happen.
I have a tendency to hire people who tend to be unattractive to the studios. Maybe this is a bad idea.
Bachelor parties would pay a lot of money to hire Pat Buchanan to come.
You can employ men and hire hands to work for you, but you must win their hearts to have them work with you.
We've not had one Republican president in 34 years balance the budget. You can't trust right-wing Republicans with your money. You ought to hire somebody who has balanced a budget. I'm much more conservative with money than George Bush is.
The American people know the economy is too weak. Too many of them are suffering. So the question for Washington is, are we going to continue to play political games and - and - or are we going to say, we can do something right now to create jobs, to put money in the pockets of the middle-class, hire construction workers, teachers, veterans?
Hire sales people who are really smart problem solvers, but lack courage, hunger and competitiveness, and your company will go out of business.
I have a daughter who I love very much, I hire women, I've worked with women, I've never had an issue with women.
The saying in business is that, 'You hire for skills and you fire for behavior.' And one would argue that in order to move up in career, to be promoted, to take on additional responsibility, in many ways that's linked more to the attitudes and behaviors that you carry rather than what you know technically about a given subject.
Most people have bosses who hire them to fill a slot in the work chart and to do what they are told. And most people who are doing what they are told feel safe; it feels reliable.
I still have a dream of one day - I would love to hire a semi-retired contractor and just build a house - him and I building a house for me. I would truly love to do that.
I think it's sort of an outrage that companies should have to hire firms to teach the college graduates they employ how to write.
Martin Luther King, Jr.
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