Balancing Production and Employment Through Management Control
Department of Manufacture, Chamber of Commerce of the United States, 1930 - Labor turnover - 62 pages
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REDUCTION OF SEASONAL AND CYCLICAL FLUCTUATIONS
PERSONNEL POLICIES LEADING TO EMPLOYMENT STABIL
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