Selection and Employme
Employ those who prefer to do the good After scanning both good and bad. Entrust the job to one who can augment revenue, Foster wealth and find out hurdles. The qualified possess these four: Affection, wisdom, clarity and contentment. Put into many tests, they pass. Yet when subjected to different tasks, many fail. Where knowledge and diligence are required, Don't entrust tasks on personal loyalty. Weigh well the agent, the task And the time before you act. Assured this man will do this task this way, Leave it to him. After ascertaining what work befits a man, Assign him the responsibility. Fortune deserts him who doubts The liberties taken by a devout worker. Nothing goes wrong in the state of a king Who often checks his officials for any wrong.