A New Direction and Growth in Profit Sharing

Engen, Gunnar
July 1967
Monthly Labor Review;Jul67, Vol. 90 Issue 7, p1
Academic Journal
Highlights trends in profit sharing in the United States, as of 1966. Underlying rationale for profit sharing; Principles of profit sharing; Direction of profit sharing after World War II; Percentage of businesses with profit sharing plans; Types of profit sharing plans.


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