of workers, class relations with respect to the company, and the utility of human talent as a consequence. they produce out of their lives. The next part of the book starts with a rebuttal of the claim made by Robert Blauner that technology.
of workers, class relations with respect to the company, and the utility of human talent as a consequence. of the former three aspects. The context of this book is set in a chemical factory in England and the. authors have tried to present an alternative view of work and work relations. This book is an honest. Nichols and Beynon argue that manage
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The book is a description of working life in a chemical plant, named ‘Chemco’, using interviews from various sections of the . The tactics, in a factory with limited traditions of militancy, worked.
So the authors describe in vivid detail, the strenuous physical labour demanded of half the work force, shifting raw materials and sacks of the finished product, fertilizer. The union is seen as something totally separate from the men, and the shop stewards often view their post as a step on the road to supervision and a white coat.
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