Building employee's interest in their work

Pollock, Ted
October 1997
Automotive Manufacturing & Production;Oct97, Vol. 109 Issue 10, p10
Trade Publication
Presents tips on how to develop job involvement or workers' interest in their jobs. Need to deal with one employee at a time; Department-wide factors which affect employee motivation; Enlistment of employees in making their work more satisfying.


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