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In pursuit of industrial harmony: an employer's prospective

By: Tata, Naval H.
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookPublisher: Bombay National Institute of Labour Management 1975Description: xvi, 267 p.Subject(s): Industrial relations - India | National Institute of Labour Management BombayDDC classification: 331.1954 Summary: This volume has been published by the national Institute of Labour Management as one of the project in its publication activity. The selection and editing of the speeches and writing of Mr. Naval Tata, its first president, has been done by an editorial Board appointed by the Institute. Science and philosophy have often been at war. This position does not obtain any more.The dramatic changes wrought by progress in various fields of human endeavor have enforced a rapport between them.They know how the common objective of promoting a higher standard of living.Natural and social forces are being harnessed in a great effort to eradicate the twins threats. of poverty and unemployment
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This volume has been published by the national Institute of Labour Management as one of the project in its publication activity.
The selection and editing of the speeches and writing of Mr. Naval Tata, its first president, has been done by an editorial Board appointed by the Institute.
Science and philosophy have often been at war. This position does not obtain any more.The dramatic changes wrought by progress in various fields of human endeavor have enforced a rapport between them.They know how the common objective of promoting a higher standard of living.Natural and social forces are being harnessed in a great effort to eradicate the twins threats. of poverty and unemployment

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