Durable Goods: A Covenantal Ethic for Management and Employees
University of Notre Dame Press, 1997 - 245 pàgines
Examines the strategies and tactics which management and employees have used to control each other. The text explores the historical roots and complexities of the management-employee relationship in the US, taking into account the initiatives and responses of both sides during the past 200 years.
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