4 edition of Fundamentals of labour administration found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references (p. 89-91).
|Statement||International Labor Organization|
|Publishers||International Labor Organization|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 50 p. :|
|Number of Pages||55|
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Labour ministries are the main interlocutors between the ILO and the governments of its member States. It develops lower-level managers as they deal with simple and routine problems.
Grouping of activities into departments is called departmentalisation and every department is governed by a set of rules, procedures and standards. A well designed organisation structure promotes order and system in its activities. The Fundamentals of Labour Administration - Arabic edition.
It highlights the relationship between social policy and economic policy and identifies the vast array of services that most people have access to during their working lives. Rather than viewing organisational goals from personal perspectives, they view them from group perspectives.
All of them are dedicated teachers as well as activists who are committed to education for meaningful social change. Responsibility means obligation to carry out the assigned task.
xvii Co-Operation: All individuals and departments should co-operate and help the organisation achieve its goals.
Resources are allocated over different departments production, marketing, personnel etc. The organisational task is divided into units, people in each unit departments are assigned specific tasks and their relationship is defined in a way that maximises organisational welfare and individual goals. Every head has authority to get the work done from his departmental members.
1964 Requirement to develop "co-ordinated economic and social policy"" for the aim of. Routine matters should be dealt by middle and lower-level Fundamentals of labour administration. For example, finance department wants to cut the costs but the marketing department needs additional funds to market its products; this conflict can be resolved through co-ordination so that all departments share the common resources optimally.
People are assigned jobs they are best suited for.
xiii Optimum Allocation of Resources: Organising promotes optimum allocation of resources.
Organisation is, in fact, a structured, on-going process that defines how to achieve defined goals.
1977 41 Specific 1978 76 5.