Employee Participation: A Game Plan for the Real World

Vanderslice, Virginia J.; Leventhal, Robert B.
February 1987
Training & Development Journal;Feb87, Vol. 41 Issue 2, p34
Shows how an innovative combination of employee training and economic incentives can insure the success of employee-owned companies. Quality of work life programs; Worker education program; Employee recruitment and selection.


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