ACCOUNTS of some comments made at the Annual National Committee meeting of the Amalgamated Engineering Union make discouraging reading. This is the only suitable adjective when speakers at that meeting state that time standards determined by time study are set on the performances of the best workers in the shop. We should have thought that with all the training that representatives have received in time study and allied subjects both from managements and unions that they would have known better than this.
Work Study – Emerald Publishing
Published: Jul 1, 1953