THE POWER OF PEOPLE by Charles P. McCormick

THE POWER OF PEOPLE

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Introduced by Eric Johnston, this is Charles P. McCormick's philosophy of human relations, as it was put into practice in his company- the world's largest spice and extract firm. Believing that business is always dependent on the welfare of the workers, here are the five factors which can achieve industrial harmony:- fair pay; security; opportunity; recognition and participation. Here also is his plan of Multiple Management (of, his book- of the same name- 1937) by which a democratic method of government in business is maintained through four groups:- a Factory Board, Sales Board, Junior Board. And in conclusion, there is the belief that communism holds no threat if labor and management are in close coordination and cooperation. An authenticated program of value primarily to

Pub Date: Sept. 7th, 1949
Publisher: Harper