Social Service as a Staff Function of Management A Partial Survey of the Present Employment of Trained Social Workers by American Industrial Management
In our own country as well as in many others, one of the major problems confronting society is the betterment of human relations in industry. This need has been clearly evidenced through authoritative expressions by the Church, by economists and progressive labor leaders, as well as by many managers in our industries. They agree that the cultivation of harmonious relations between management and labor in American industry would do much to improve our national economy, raise our standard of living, and thus increase the general welfare and decrease the requirements for public relief. Inside, as well as outside the factory or plant, the grass roots of the problem of human relations lie with the individual and the family. Men and women need to be happy at work as well as at home in order to contribute the maximum measure to their own social wellbeing and that of society as a whole.
American studies|Management|Social work
Van Deventer, Peter Barent, "Social Service as a Staff Function of Management A Partial Survey of the Present Employment of Trained Social Workers by American Industrial Management" (1951). ETD Collection for Fordham University. AAI30557633.