GETTING ALONG WITH LABOR: Practical Personnel Programs by Leigh S. Plummer

GETTING ALONG WITH LABOR: Practical Personnel Programs

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KIRKUS REVIEW

Here are the experiences and policies of numerous well-known companies, such as Eastman Kodak, American Rolling Mill, Proctor & Gamble and Westinghouse, which have successfully avoided labor upsets, and have maintained financial success at the same time. Each company has worked out a special plan to fit its particular needs, whether it be a guarantee of 52 pay envelopes a year, stock ownership, wage dividends, or what. They have worked out a solution with the A F of L or the C I O, with independent unions and no unions. This book should help other industries to do likewise.

Pub Date: Sept. 20th, 1939
Publisher: Harper