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Abstract

The case describes a situation in a food processing plant where productivity is a problem and staff morale is perceived to be a contributory factor. The case provides an opportunity to apply theoretical and analytical categories derived from industrial psychology and organisational sociology to a concrete situation.
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Industry:
Size:
150 employees
Other setting(s):
1984-1985

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Abstract

The case describes a situation in a food processing plant where productivity is a problem and staff morale is perceived to be a contributory factor. The case provides an opportunity to apply theoretical and analytical categories derived from industrial psychology and organisational sociology to a concrete situation.

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Location:
Industry:
Size:
150 employees
Other setting(s):
1984-1985

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