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ERIC Number: ED017880
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1966-Oct
Pages: 166
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A STUDY OF FOREMAN'S CLUBS. FINAL REPORT.
KAMEL, I.A.; ODIORNE, G.S.
SOME OF THE TWO MILLION FOREMEN EMPLOYED IN THE UNITED STATES ARE UNION MEMBERS BUT MANY BELONG TO SOCIAL AND PROFESSIONAL SOCIETIES. IN LATE 1964 A MAIL QUESTIONNAIRE SURVEY OF THE 1,000 LARGEST COMPANIES IN THE UNITED STATES WAS CONDUCTED TO ASCERTAIN THE MEMBERSHIP OF THE FOREMEN IN FOREMAN'S CLUBS, WHETHER THE CLUBS ARE COMPANY OR CITY CLUBS, AND WHETHER CLUBS ARE AFFILIATED WITH A NATIONAL ORGANIZATION (NATIONAL MANAGEMENT ASSOCIATION (NMA) AND THE NATIONAL COUNCIL OF INDUSTRIAL MANAGEMENT CLUBS (NCIMC) OR INDEPENDENT. IN ANOTHER MAIL QUESTIONNAIRE SURVEY OF THE 192 INDEPENDENT MANAGEMENT CLUBS DATA FOR THE LAST THREE YEARS WERE REQUESTED ON DATE OF ESTABLISHMENT, MEMBERSHIP, CONSTITUTION AND BY-LAWS, TYPE OF ACTIVITIES, AND PROGRAM. VISITS TO 22 INDEPENDENT MANAGEMENT CLUBS WERE MADE TO DETERMINE THEIR NATURE, SCOPE AND PURPOSES. THIS REPORT IS DIVIDED INTO THREE PARTS--(1) THE EXTENT OF MEMBERSHIP IN FOREMAN'S (MANAGEMENT) CLUBS, (2) THE INDEPENDENT MANAGEMENT CLUBS, AND (3) NMA AND NCIMC CLUBS. INTERVIEW GUIDES AND QUESTIONNAIRES ARE INCLUDED. SUPPLEMENTARY MATERIALS FROM THE NMA ARE BOUND WITH THE DOCUMENT, INCLUDING A MODEL CONSTITUTION, MONTHLY ACTIVITIES REPORT, AND 1967 CLUB AWARD REQUIREMENTS. (AJ)
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Authoring Institution: Michigan Univ., Ann Arbor. Bureau of Industrial Relations.; Foremanship Foundation, Dayton, OH.
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