Personnel and employment problems in industrial management / editors in charge of this volume, Meyer Bloomfield and Joseph H. Willits.
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Bloomfield, Meyer, 1878-1938,
Willits, Joseph Henry, 1889-
Annals of the American Academy of Political and Social Science ; v. 65.
viii, 326 pages : illustrations, plans ; 25 cm.
Copy 1 with : National industries and the federal government / Joseph H. Willits. Philadelphia : American Academy of Political and Social Science. 1916. Bound together subsequent to publication. DLC
Copy 2 with : Steadying employment. Philadelphia : American Academy of Political and Social Science, 1916. Bound together subsequent to publication. DLC
Includes bibliographical references and index.
pt. I. The place of the human element in industrial management: the employment manager by E.F. Nichols. The employment problem in industry by W.C. Redfield. Democracy as a factor in industrial efficiency by H.B. Drury. Personal relationship as a basis of scientific management by R.A. Feiss. Democracy and industry by E.M. Hopkins. -- pt. II. The functionalized employment department: a funtionalized employment department as a factor in industrial efficiency by E.M. Hopkins. The aim and work of employment managers' associations by M. Bloomfield. The work of the employment department of Dennison manufacturing company, Framingham, Massachusetts by P.J. Reily. The employment work of the Curtis publishing company by R.C. Clothier. The work program of the Employment managers association of Boston by R.G. Wells. University schools of business and the training of employment executives by H.S. Person. -- pt. III. Unnecessary hiring and firing of employees: Hiring and firing; its economic waste and how to avoid it by M.W. Alexander. Methods of reducing the labor turnover by B. Fisher. Employment problems and how the John B. Stetson company meets them by M.D. Gehris. -- pt. IV. The securing, selection and assigning of employees: the establishment of permanent contacts with the sources of labor supply by J.s. Keir. Public employment bureaus and their relation to managers of employment in industry by Hilda Mulhauser. Written specifications for hiring by R.J. Burke. Selection of employees by means of quantitative determinations by W.D. Scott. The use of mental tests in vocational guidance by G.M. Whipple. Adopting standards to meet trade training requirements by E.G. Allen. Problems arising and methods used in interviewing and selecting employees by Katharine Huey. The value of the application form by C.P. Avery. The need for and value of physical examination of employees as illustrated in the work of the rike-Kumlr company by R.H. Rike. Introducing the new employee by C, L. Pearson. the instruction of new employees in methods of service by A. Williams. americanization: a conservation policy for industry by Frances A. Kellor. -- pt. V. The employee at work: some improvements in existing training systems by J.W. Dietz. Records and reports of work by J.W. Bancker. The effect of motion study upon the workers by F.S. Gilbreth and Lillian M. Gilbreth. The relation of home conditions to industrial efficiency by Mary B. Gilson. The three position plan of promotion by F.B. Gilbreth and Lillian M. Gilbreth. The so-called profit sharing system in the Ford plant by J.R. Lee. -- Book departmnt. -- Index.
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