Making unions unnecessary
The author, an industrial psychologist/management consultant, discusses using Management by Objectives to make unions unnecessary just as it achieves objectives relating to sales, profits and return on assets. In developing strategies to stay union-free, readers will find out how to take a ``win-win" approach in dealing with employee attitudes, value systems, job design, growth opportunity and advancement, equal employment opportunity and pay and benefits. An extensive appendix includes self-audits, checklists and surveys to help set up objectives and systems.
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