Management and the quality of working life.
J Occup Med 1974 Nov; 16(11):747-748
Review of productivity, job satisfaction, and the quality of working life in relation to management. Factors influencing the quality of working life in recent times are better working conditions and more courteous treatment by superiors since the new work force is better educated and is not motivated by coercion or by the traditional pay and fringe benefits. Attention is also drawn to the high price which some organizations had to pay for failure to meet OSHA standards. Specific areas of concern to top management are noted in which the quality of life on the job can be related to the future of the organization.
NIOSH-Publication; NIOSH-Grant; Personal-management; Working-environment; Personnel-policies; Human-factors; Safety-legislation; Job-safety; Human-relations
Psychiatry, Environ Health Cincinnati General Hospital Dept of Psychiatry Cincinnati, Ohio 45229
Journal of Occupational Medicine
University of Cincinnati, Cincinnati, Ohio