• W. Mitchell
  • Alan R. Corbett
Part of the Macmillan Handbooks in Industrial Management book series


This chapter is concerned with developing the necessary performance standards of people at work. It is almost self-evident that there will be a close link between the measure of satisfaction a worker gains from his job and the tenor of human relationships in the plant. Closely linked with the degree of job satisfaction is the extent of competence of the individual worker.


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  • Alan R. Corbett

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