McGill Conference on Human Values and Technology

Wilensky, Harold L.; Briant, Peter C.
September 1967
Monthly Labor Review;Sep67, Vol. 90 Issue 9, p21
Academic Journal
Presents excerpts of two papers from McGill University conference on human values and technology. Income vs. leisure; Uneven distribution of work; Loss of individuality; Problems and costs associated with collective bargaining; Problem of the social appropriateness of collective bargaining; Alternative to collective bargaining; Employee-management approach.


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