The Federal Employee-Management Cooperation Program

Macy Jr., John W.
July 1966
Industrial & Labor Relations Review;Jul66, Vol. 19 Issue 4, p549
Academic Journal
The Federal Employee-Management Cooperation Program is still relatively young. We have had progress and problems, praise and complaints. As we see the program in its totality, significant strides forward have been made. Changes have been made in various aspects of program implementation, and other changes undoubtedly will be made in the future. There is a need for a continued and critical examination of the program - but with accuracy and fairness so that we may move forward to a greater fulfillment of the value and promise of Executive Order 10988.


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