Presidential Address; Industrial Relationship

CIM Bulletin1935
THERE is no more important problem today than industrial relationship, and probably none that is receiving more thought. But in these days of Epic and Utopia, one has to be rather careful in speaking on this subject. Consequently, for fear that my plea for taking the working man into the family might be misconstrued, by some, as a step towards communism or socialism, I would like to say at the outset that I believe that, so long as we have human individualism, human ambitions, human hopes and fears, straight socialism is as far off as the Millennium.
Keywords: Canadian, Control, Controls, Employment, horse-drawn vehicle, Napoleonic wars, secret ballot, standard of living, working man, industrial, Labour, Management, Plants, Systems
Full Access to Technical Paper
PDF version for $20.00
Other papers in CIM Bulletin1935