Better foremanship: a book of practical questions and answers presenting effective management methods for today's foremen

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McGraw-Hill, 1936 - Business & Economics - 323 pages
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Contents

Chapter Page
3
The Foremans Responsibility for Good Indus
12
How Collective Bargaining Affects the Fore
21
The Foreman and Todays Wage Problems
61
Getting the Most for the Payroll Dollar
79
Applying New Foremanship Methods to Cost
95
Attacking the Sources of Waste
110
Chapter Page
144
What Is Wealth?
212
What Is Money?
221
Men and Machines
231
Profits to the Stockholder the Workers
244
foremanship and profits
252
Economics of Shorter Working Hours
260
The Foremans Part in Helping Workers
270
Plans for the Workers Security
280

What the Foreman Must Do to Stem the Rising
157
Increasing Efficiency to Meet Modern Require
181
What Is Capitalism?
203
Appendix A A Plan for Foremanship Development
293
Index
307
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