Durkheim: What do you think about these working conditions these days? Jane: Um... Not that great. Durkheim: What do you mean not that great Jane? Jane: Things could definitely be a lot better. There are a lot of people coming in to the Hull House who aren't making enough money. Durkheim: Well, at least they have a job, right? Companies should protect their employees with job security. Jane: What do you mean Emile? Can you elaborate more on that? Durkheim: Well, "the contract for the hiring of services occupies in our legal code a very small place, particularly when we consider the diversity and complexity of the relationships it is called upon to regulate". Jane: They should also take more responsibility for the injuries and death of their workers. For some families, they depend on one child only for the entire family's income. I had a boy in a club here who died from a machinery injury, the owners of the factory had no remorse! Nor did they do anything to prevent it from happening again! Durkheim: I definitely agree with you. Jane: Me too!