Case study of a group of young female employees. This group of young female employees formed cliques, talked, and was a problem for their supervisors. The girls claimed they did not know how to do their jobs, they needed more supervision, they...
Correspondence passed among investigators from September 1928 to February 1934. Letters to G.A. Pennock from Dr. Elton Mayo examined blood pressure, visits, generalizing mind for administration and societal changes; biological measures needs,...
Letters addressing a case study entitled The Girl Who Talked Too Much and two versions of this case study. In a department which had previously encouraged talking, a woman employee was moved three times for talking, but was not told to stop...
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