History of Human Relations

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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