Staff show desire for greater involvement

Emmott, Mike
July 1996
People Management;07/11/96, Vol. 2 Issue 14, p59
Reports the study conducted by Harris Research Center on the analysis of employees' attitudes towards work. Change in the desire of employees regarding their involvement in the workplace; Differences between the attitudes of managers and non-managers in several areas; Differences emerging across different sectors.


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