History of Human Relations
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I'm going to stop employing young children in my factory and I urge that my work force must stay clean and sober
The workplace is better now that we can actually have sick leaves and not being abused by bosses anymore
Yes, thanks to Andrew Ure.
In the 1800's, there was no sort of technology nor even human relations skills.
In early 19th-century England, a man named Robert Owen came up with the amazing idea that treating workers better would actually increase productivity.
In 1835, Andrew Ure stated in a book that workers should now have sick-leaves, good ventilation etc. His idea was advanced their time
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