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Date of Award

1956

Document Type

Thesis - Pacific Access Restricted

Degree Name

Master of Arts (M.A.)

Department

Business Administration

Abstract

During recent years the importance of the labor factor in industry's productive output has become a prime concern of management. The intangible matter of worker morale reveals itself in painfully tangible material output. The inauguration of counseling programs in industry represents one method employed by management in an attempt to utilize the volatile labor factor in increasing output and therefore, profits. Perhaps it is ironic that the worked is finally being recognized as an individual at his workplace where he spends the majority of this waking hours during his productive life.

Pages

111

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