How did samuel slater's rhode island system change employment practices in mills?


Well bascially, the system would hire entire families to work which let labor fill up quickly. It also hired most children to work entire hours but would pay them less so the owners would make more profit. Also, workers would get homes provided. One last thing, the practice of paying workers with credit started.

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