KeywordsArizona Geological Survey Bulletins
United States of America
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PublisherUniversity of Arizona Bureau of Mines
DescriptionLarge corporations throughout the United 'States are now engaged in carrying on extensive welfare work among their employes. No expense is being spared in making the living and social conditions among the works as pleasant and attractive as possible. Hospitals, visiting nurses, medical examinations of employes, club houses, libraries, night schools, manual training schools, lunch rooms, gymnasiums, billiard rooms, bowling alleys, swimming pools, baseball fields, playgrounds lor children, kindergartens, improved bungalows and dwellings, parks, voluntary relief plans, pension systems, and stock subscription plans comprise the important steps which are being taken to make desirable citizens of the vast army of workers and their families. The work is of great importance from the sociological and educational standpoints. The result is that the workers become more efficient and far better satisfied with their lot. In hours of leisure, the workers find time and opportunity for education, recreation and amusement. The results Off this welfare work are directly reflected in the quality and quantity of the work performed, and in the loyalty and faithfulness ot the employes. 12 p.
Series/Report no.Bulletin No. 96
Safety Series No. 38