Economics and working conditions: methodological aspects
European Foundation for the Improvement of Living and Working Conditions, 1982 - Business & Economics - 213 pages
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ANALYSIS OF THE LITERATURE
Human Resources Development HRD
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absence absenteeism accounting system activities age pyramid analysis approach aspects assembly line assessment authors Behavioral Economic behaviour calculation causal causes changes cost accounting cost centres cost/benefit define difficulties direct costs direct physical productivity disruptions economic evaluation effects employers enterprise enterprise's environment Ergonomics established example externalized costs factors firm forms functioning hidden costs human improvement increase indicators individual industrial accidents investment involved Jean Piaget labour turnover linked literature group loss measurement ment methodology methods necessary norms objectives occupational diseases operation organization output period personnel phenomena point of view possible potential problems procedures profitability quantified reduce relations relationships relevant remedial action result risks shiftwork situation social costs social engineering structure supervisory staff taken Tavistock Institute techniques tion trade unions transparent market University of Loughborough variables various wages workers workforce workshop