Three documents, two letters and one detailed report. First, Elton Mayos letter to G.A. Pennock dated February 9, 1931, concerning the status of the Western Electric experiments and the importance of studying how fatigue, morale, preoccupation...
Breakdown, by department, of the use of employee comments taken from interviews. The first section describes how comments from employees on plant conditions are used to improve those conditions. There are tables and charts describing the number...
Documents explaining the interviewing process that was used for the Hawthorne Study and include instructions on how to conduct the interviews along with the rating scales and evaluation terms to be used in observing and documenting their findings.
Documents explaining the interviewing process that was initially used for the Hawthorne Study and then documents administrative discussions as to how effective this process was and identified areas that could be revised to make it more effective...
Minutes of meetings held by the supervisors of the safety and health division from the time period of 1930-1931. The meetings covered complaints from the interviews done in 1930. Supervisors were assigned to follow up on the complaints, and...
April 13, 1931, G.A. Pennock sent C.W. Bergquist a report titled: An Account of the Work of the Industrial Research Division. The Industrial Research Division was established in January, 1929 to centralize the test room study, the employee...
G.A. Pennock wrote Some Thoughts in Connection with Work in Industrial Research Division. The test room had an outstanding increase in production, due to removal of fear and suspicion on part of employees and increase in morale. This raised the...
Box 17, Folder 7
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