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The way to productivity

30th April 1971, Page 18
30th April 1971
Page 18
Page 18, 30th April 1971 — The way to productivity
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Which of the following most accurately describes the problem?

• "Good solid work measureMent necessary for establishing any prod uctiv bargaining scheme", Mr J. Math executive director staff, BRSL, told 1 North London centre of the IRTE 1 week.

A productivity agreement, he said, sho give management greater control over labour force. Telling the driver to phone when his toad was tipped, was a negation management authority; in BRSL the dri, was now told what time he was expected have tipped by and when to phone.

On wages, Mr Mather commented tl the Road Haulage Wages Council system payment encouraged drivers to linger work and book hours rather than Mere; their efforts. Once a bonus scheme had bt introduced the men had to be giN bonus-earning opportunities for the whole the time they were at work to keep th earnings high; if the earnings were not IQ at a high level they would soon critic management. A common misconcepti was that bonus schemes were a substiti for management.


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