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It is no exaggeration to say that malaise at work, with its accompanying symptons of strikes, tension, conflict and high labour turnover, has been on the increase in recent years, particularly among young people. This situation has confronted managers with the problem of reconciling high...
Concerned about the rising levels of turnover in junior typing staff, the Bank of England commissioned an enquiry by one of their senior personnel officers into the conditions which induced secretarial staff to work at the Bank and which if unfulfilled might cause them to leave. In all 62 Bank...
The aim of this study is to present an illustration of the careerdevelopment system in Hungarian enterprises. As the notion of career may, under socialism, have a different social content from that in countries with other social systems, it is necessary to outline the interpretation given to...
The footwear industry requires highly skilled technicians but there are considerable training problems numbers are small, they are widely scattered, training is required at irregular and often unpredictable times and the application of basic knowledge varies considerably. This article describes...
The Schools Council Enquiry No 1 HMSO published in 1968 revealed that employers, parents, teachers and the pupils themselves considerd the preparation of pupils to cope with the demands of the adult world of work in social and economic terms to be a major responsibility of the school. However it...
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