I do not mean literally, but this is a fancy way of asking a rather general question. How important is it for the higher ups to get down and work with the workers, and really roll their sleeve up, as they say? I think that it certainly has value. I think that it shows employees that they are working for someone who is not unlike them. Of course it depends on the nature of the work, but I would like to think that the higher ups would want to converse with the more day to day workers. I really have no experience of being a higher up in the sense that I am thinking, but I am curious to see if others have any light to shed.