A Conference on quality of work life: issues affecting the state-of-the-art
U.S. Dept. of Labor, Office of Labor-Management Relations Services, 1984 - Business & Economics - 32 pages
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200 Constitution Avenue adversarial model Affecting the State-of-the-Art AFL-CIO agreement behavior benefits boards of directors CB process Chief Executive Officer collective bargaining process commitment Conference on Quality culture Department of Labor Discussion Highlights economic effectiveness employee involvement employee ownership financial paybacks Ford Motor Company Gateway Center Pittsburgh goals Highlights Most participants increased Industrial Relations Issues Affecting job security labor and management Labor Relations Labor Room N5677 Labor-Management Relations Services long-term success management and labor middle level middle managers monetary payback N.W. Washington Office of Labor-Management organizational P.O. Box participants agreed participants argued problem solving process and QWL productivity bonuses profit sharing Proposition Paper Summary QWL effort QWL initiative QWL process QWL programs reject QWL Relations Services U.S. relationship representation on boards Ronald Secretary for Labor-Management self-managing senior management Services U.S. Department shared decisionmaking success of QWL traditional bargaining traditional collective bargaining Union representatives values of QWL workplace