Over dinner, Bartleby tries to explain to his parents why it's not necessary for him to go to college. He argues that it's fiscally irresponsible to do so. His parents don't understand and tell him that he has to attend college in order to succeed in life. Bartleby gives examples of successful people who didn't attend college, but it doesn't change his parents' mind.
Barry B. Benson admires the Pollen-Jocks, gushing at their high status and thrilling jobs. Barry thinks that he could potentially be a Pollen-Jock himself instead of spending his days as a regular hive worker.
The bees scour central park in search of pollen producing flowers. This is an example of job functions and operations of particular worker within an organization. The bees have particular systems, controls, language, and techniques within their specialty that make them effective.
The Bees are given a tour of the hive where the tasks of the beehive are broken up into specialized tasks so that individuals may perfect their craft. This is an example of the concept of a division of labor within a corporation.