STABILIZING JOBS AND WAGES by Herman Feldman

STABILIZING JOBS AND WAGES

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KIRKUS REVIEW

The author, Dean of the School of Business of C.C.N.Y., has made a second contribution to the ""Regularization of Employment"", the title of his first book in this field. Feldman proves conclusively the importance of his thesis -- for industry as well as for society -- and bases his analysis on experiences in all types of business and industry. The main causes of job insecurity are ""managerial indifference, inertia, and ignorance"", and he shows how industry has everything to gain and nothing to lose by stabilizing employment and labor relations through time, effort and money. A digest for the student of industrial relations, and a book which will provide many helpful suggestions for the alert business man.

Publisher: Harper