Jack & Heintz, one of the most publicized ""war babies"", is the firm that grew in a period of five years from an idea to a...

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THE PERSONNEL PROGRAM OF JACK AND HEINTZ

Jack & Heintz, one of the most publicized ""war babies"", is the firm that grew in a period of five years from an idea to a company of about 8,000, and is best known for the high wages it paid, the production records it set during the war. This book shows that a well integrated, progressive personnel program- rather than the wage standard, made for success, analyzes this program which eliminates the traditional causes of the gulf between management and labor, which develope economic, physical and personal security as well as a strongly motivated will to work. It will be interesting to see the Jack & Heintz program in peace time, and whether it will ramify to other companies. Personnel procedure in practice, for personnel directors and management.

Pub Date: July 17, 1946

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Page Count: -

Publisher: Harper

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Kirkus Reviews Issue: July 1, 1946