|Formatted Contents Note:
|| Improvement of human resources for the food industries-- Changes in the food industries-- Causes of variations in food manufacture-- Differences in people-- Training-- Human resource audit-- The new employee-- Sexual harassment-- Employer/employee rights-- The food plant office and the office worker-- The leader-- Teams-- Meetings-- Teams and their "Q" tools-- Communications-- Building an effective organization-- Reinforcement, recognitions and rewards-- Competitive advantage-- Self evaluation-- Continuous improvement-- Some highlights of labor laws and regulations-- Human resource acronyms.
|| This title covers a full range of dealing with people, beginning with the changes in the food industry that necessitate treating Human Resources in a scientific manner, to Highlights of Labor laws and Regulations. This title covers a full range of dealing with people, beginning with the changes in the food industry that necessitate treating Human Resources in a scientific manner, to Highlights of Labor laws and Regulations. The author draws on his 39 years of experience as a University Professor, as well as 40 plus years as an Association Manager. While this book is written expressly with food processing and related firms in mind, the tenets espoused in the book may be applicable to all industries.
|Biographical or Historical Data:
|| Dr Wilbur Gould is Professor Emeritus of Food Science and Technology, Department of Horticulture, and former Director of the Food Industries Center and The Ohio State University, Executive Director of Mid-America Food Processor Association, as well as a consultant to the food industries.