Chapter 90: Removing Employees
- Her mind wandered. She imagined the headlines announcing the collapse of Feather Textile Corporation, and she found herself feeling grateful her dad wasn't around to see it. Her stomach sank again— if the company failed, Samuel would never get the chance to run it. She'd promised to take care of Samuel and Maria, but how could she keep that promise if the company collapsed? She had some money, but it wasn't enough to support them for more than a few years.
- Of course, Sean had given her a limitless credit card, but she knew she couldn't rely on him. He was far too changeable and unpredictable. Besides, she didn't want to live off of his money for the rest of her life—she couldn't trust him to support her. A sudden idea hit her, and she straightened up at her desk.
- That's it, she thought. Dad always said a good company was about reliability—in order to succeed, you have to trust the people working for you.