Assigning Human Resource Responsibilities to Self-Directed Work Teams: Case Studies - As more and more companies move to teams on the shop floor, questions arise about what administrative responsibilities should be assigned to the teams and what training team members should be given so that they can perform their assigned responsibilities. Nowhere is the question more important than in the area of ...
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