Social Aspects of Industry: A Survey of Labor Problems and Causes of Industrial Unrest

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the freedom to spend their wages and leisure time in their own fashion without the interference of the employer.
Collateral Reading
BLOOMFIELD D., "Modern Industrial Movements," pp. 115-153.
BLUM S., "Labor Economics," chap. 17.
BYE R. T. and HEWETT W. W., "Applied Economics," chap. 6.
CARLTON F. T., "History and Problems of Organized Labor," chaps. 9 and 18.
COMMONS J. R., Editor, "Trade Unionism and Labor Problems," see. ser., chaps. 11-18 inc.
EMERSON H., "The Twelve Principles of Efficiency," Engineering Magazine, 1917.
ESTEY J. A., "The Labor Problem," chaps. 8, 9, and 12.
FISHER I., "Scientific Management Made Clear," Taylor Society, Bulletin, February, 1925.
HOXIE F. R., "Trade Unionism in the United States," chaps. 12 and 13.
U. S. Commission on Industrial Relations, Final Report, especially pp. 127-143 and 255-261, 1916.

References
Annals of the American Academy of Political and Social Science, May, 1916, January and March, 1919; special Supplement, May, 1925.
BEATTY A. J., "A Comparative Study of Corporation Schools".
BENZE E. J., "Standard Practises in Personnel Work".
BLOOMFIELD D., "Problems of Personnel Management".
-------- "Financial Incentives for Employees and Executives".
-------- "Labor Maintenance".
Bulletin of the Taylor Society.
CANNONS H. G. T., "Bibliography of Industrial Efficiency and Factory Management".
COMMONS J. R., "Industrial Goodwill".
COPLEY F. B., "Frederick W. Taylor, Father of Scientific Management".
DAVIS R. C., "The Principles of Factory Organization and Management".
DRURY H. B., "Scientific Management".
FRANKEL L. K. and FLEISHER A., "The Human Factor in Industry".
GANTT H. L., "Work, Wages, and Profits".
GILBRETH L. M., "Psychology of Management".
HOXIE R. F., "Scientific Management and Labor". Industrial Management, a periodical.
KELLY R. W., "Hiring the Worker".
KIMBALL D. S., "Principles of Industrial Organization".
LANSBURG R., "Industrial Management".
LICHTNER W. O., "Time Studies and Job Analyses".
LINK H. C., "Employment Psychology".
LOWRY S. M., MAYNARD H. B., and STEGEMERTEN G. J., "Time and Motion Studies and Formulas for Wage Incentives".
MAROT H., "Creative Impulses in Industry".
MERRICK D. V., "Time Studies for Rate Setting".
MORRIS J. V. L., "Employee Training: A Study of Education and Training Departments in Various Corporations".
PROSSER J. E., "Piece Rates, Premium, and Bonus".
ROCKEFELLER J. D., JR., "The Personal Relation in Industry".
SCHLOSS D. G., "Methods of Industrial Remuneration".
SIMONS A. M., "Personnel Relations in Industry".

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