Our friend Preston Smith wrote:
>...My view is that there may always be additional more subjective costs. For
>example, will other highly qualified employees choose not to work in the
>building due to the hazardous substances, even though you have the fans,
>etc., thus reducing the quality of your work force.
That is a very good subjective cost, and it should be listed as a
consideration as should others. Things need to brought into perspective in
with the most critical lights possible.
I was only wondering what you meant by the subjective costs. Thank you for
giving me an example. I now understand.
Niel Leon - CDS,inc
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