Bachelor of Arts
American, Automobile, Industry, Attitudes, Behavior, Workers, Productivity, United States
The American automobile industry has become extremely sensitive to the increased number of Japanese cars and plants in the United States. Some parties believe that in order to operate competitively in the future labor and management must continue to find ways to work together and improve relations. Irving Bluestone, a former labor leader, believes that humanistic relations between the two parties are essential to the welfare of everyone involved. Joint efforts between the workers and management need to be continued and expanded. Both sides can benefit from such cooperation.
Baker, Todd M.R., "All Work: An Evaluation of Worker's Attitudes, Worker's Behavior and Productivity in the U.S. Automobile Industry" (1990). Honors Papers. 575.