Humanizing the workplace / Roy P. Fairfield, editor1 available
HD5660.U5 F34 1974
- xxi, 265 p. ; 23 cm.
- Includes bibliographical references.
- History, philosophy, and issues: Berg, I. Worker discontent, humanistic management, and repetitious history. Strauss, G. Is there a blue-collar revolt against work? Bluestone, I. Worker participation in decision making. Wallick, F. Work with dignity. Fein, M. The myth of job enrichment. Raskin, M. Thinking about technology--subjectively, objectively. Maccoby, M. Who creates new technology and why? Gartner, A. and Riessman, F. The culture of the service society: the value explosion of the sixties.--Some specifics: Schrank, R. On ending worker alienation: the Gaines Pet Food Plant. Kreman, B. Search for a better way of work: Lordstown, Ohio. Russell, J. Part-time employment: ideal work life? Peabody, M. A. Fifteen years at a defense plant. McAteer, J. D. There are no drinking fountains down here. Ross, M. H. Life-style of the coal miner: America's first hard-hat. Walsh, E. Garbage collecting: stigmatized work and self-esteem. Kleeman, W. Humanizing offices by participatory design.--New directions: Howe, L. K. Women in the workplace. Auerbach-Fink, S. Child care at the workplace. Schonberger, R. J. Toward a greater flexibility. Schrank, R. For a worker-exchange program. Radest, H. B. The virtues of wastefulness : possibility or myth?
- Management -- Employee participation -- United States.
- Job satisfaction.
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