When it comes to people...

Australia, 1968

Film
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In today’s industry, the conservation of human resources is vital. This film shows how employers keep their staff happy and increase output as well. Gives three examples of improved production as a result of studies by a productivity group: one in a clay pipe industry, one in an insurance office and one in a machine shop. The lessons to be learnt are applicable to many other industries.

Credits

director

Roland Beckett

producer

Richard Mason

production company

Australian Commonwealth Film Unit

Language

English

Duration

00:17:17:00

Colour

Black and White

ACMI Identifier

30402

Subject categories

Agriculture, Business, Commerce & Industry → Employee morale

Agriculture, Business, Commerce & Industry → Employee motivation

Agriculture, Business, Commerce & Industry → Industrial efficiency

Agriculture, Business, Commerce & Industry → Industrial management

Agriculture, Business, Commerce & Industry → Industrial productivity

Agriculture, Business, Commerce & Industry → Labor productivity

Agriculture, Business, Commerce & Industry → Management

Agriculture, Business, Commerce & Industry → Office management

Agriculture, Business, Commerce & Industry → Personnel management

Agriculture, Business, Commerce & Industry → Work environment

Documentary

Documentary → Documentary films - Australia

Short films

Short films → Short films - Australia

Sound/audio

Sound

Holdings

16mm film; Access Print (Section 1)

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