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Our society needs good jobs across the board, but not all industries have the same needs. See how organizations in fields such as health care, retail, and manufacturing have implemented good work practices.
In manufacturing, there is evidence that certain management practices, especially cross-training, are associated with both greater productivity for the company and higher wages for production employees.
Health care professionals care for patients around the clock. Find out about health care organizations—from hospitals to long-term care—that have in turn taken care of their employees by creating good jobs for them.
These days, large companies with global supply chains often have “second identities as transnational labor regulators,” write Matthew Amengual, Greg Distelhorst, and Danny Tobin in this new paper, which will be forthcoming in the journal Industrial and Labor Relations Review. That’s because many...