2 edition of Office automation and the non-manual worker. found in the catalog.
Office automation and the non-manual worker.
W. H. Scott
1962 by O.E.C.D.; H.M.S.O .
Written in English
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The sample consisted of adult males aged between 20 – 64 years old. A white-collar worker is a person who performs professional, managerial, or administrative work. White-collar work may be performed in an office or other administrative setting. White-collar workers include works related to academia, accountancy, business and executive management, management consulting, customer support, market research, finance, human resources.
the title " Office Automation ; Administrative and Human Problems ", reports the attitudes of non-manual workers to the introduction of computers in four different countries The growing volume of field reports and reflective writings on this subject has presented policy-makers and practical administrators, both at the community.
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Be realistic about the number of workers you can hire in a given time period%(40). Office Automation in Social Perspective. By H. Rhee. Oxford: Basil Blackwell, Pp. xxi+ 45s. Rhee's book is Office automation and the non-manual worker. book very readable account of the varied problems that surround the ever-increasing use of labor-saving devices in office work.
The author covers the seminal aspects of his subject well. Abstract. Dramatic changes are currently taking place in information technology within clerical work.
Yet non-manual workers’ experience of technical change has received little attention in recent literature. 1 Such analysis as there is, is usually brief 2 or confined to questions which, one must presume, are considered the only ones directly relevant to the experience of work: 3 skill Cited by: Utilizes required office automation systems report administrative data, record case documentation, do professional correspondence, book and process patient appointments, manage schedule templates, and analyze statistical data.
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the emergence of bottlenecks, especially in the area of skilled worker training. A minor part of companies, 17%, on the other hand, think that, in the more distant future, both the structure and quantity of the available workforce will be sufficient and adequate for the active enterprises.
For Crompton and Jones (, p. 56), the first generation of computers were introduced into non-manual work with minimal resistance from the workforce. Most clerks at that time probably had very little conception of what the impact would be, and in any case, the proportion of non-manual jobs was still increasing in the buoyant economic climate.
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Abstract. There is a now famous short passage in the “fourth volume” of Capital, Theories of Surplus Value, in which Marx criticizes Ricardo for having neglected “the constantly growing number of the middle classes, those who stand between the workman on the one hand and the capitalist and landlord on the other.”These middle classes, Marx declares, “are a burden Cited by: There is casual employment where an employee is engaged to perform a job, work or service which is merely incidental to the business of the employer, and that job, work or service is for a definite period made known to the employee at the time of engagement (Implementing Rules of the Labour Code, Book VI, Rule I, section 5(b)).
A casual. Graves v. Chubb & Son Inc. A worker may be "exempt" from requirements that govern overtime, if the worker: 1.) earns at least $ per week; 2.) performs office or non-manual work directly related.
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The focus of the thesis is on a comparison of management job descriptions with accounts of knowledge and skill requirements in clerical work, using a set of eleven dimensions. Three jobs occupied by women are investigated.
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This work aimed to Cited by: 4. An employee in a bona fide administrative capacity is an employee (1) who is compensated on a salary or fee basis at a rate of not less than $ per week, exclusive of board, lodging or other facilities, (2) whose primary duty is the performance of office or non-manual work directly related to the management or general business operations of the employer or the employer's.
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Coined in the early s, a “blue-collar” professional performs manual labor, often at an hourly wage. Many blue collared jobs demand highly skilled workers, such as plumbers, electricians, and plant operators.
However, there are also many low skilled or unskilled positions, like custodial or assembly line work. Under the current standards, covered employees must earn at least $, in total annual compensation, perform office or non-manual work and customarily and regularly perform at least one of the exempt duties of an exempt executive, administrative or professional employee.
The Oneonta Daily Star claims that 'According to new exemption tests, the employee isn't guaranteed overtime pay if primary duties involve office or non-manual work,' and 'Computer employees are not guaranteed overtime pay if they make $ a week, or if their hourly rate is $ Affected employees include computer systems analysts 3/5(K).
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Paris: OECD, An employee has “administration” as his primary duty if his work “consists of” the “performance of office or non-manual work directly related to. Issuu is a digital publishing platform that makes it simple to publish magazines, catalogs, newspapers, books, and more online.
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