Activation at the Workplace Through Educational Processes
In this paper, I would like to demonstrate that attempts to “activate” employees — i.e. to enable them to play an active role, at various levels, in improving their work environment — will not be very successful unless the work situation is altered simultaneously to provide more opportunities for participation. From the material presented, it will be seen that the reforms necessary in the area of work organization are by no means just minor, cosmetic changes.
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