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Elizabeth Rodriguez 1Elizabeth RodriguezProfessor Paulette D. BrownMGMT 1105 Organizational Behavior23 August 2022Human Relations Movement Case StudyThere has always been work since the beginning of time. It has evolved over time, sureenough. Starting from slavery and cruelty to finally have the opportunity to choose. To not haveto be forced to work until death. It is not how it used to be anymore, gladly. There was still roomfor improvement. According to “Employee Welfare”, in the late 1900s, many individuals broughtattention to the poor work conditions they were dealing with in the workplace. There was a highpercentage of turnover until businesses started doing something about it.The businesses started focusing on the well-being of the employees and their needs. Theystarted adding sick pay, disability benefits, and many more. The companies started addingaccident prevention programs for the safety of all workers. “To better understand workerproductivity and job satisfaction, Western Electric became increasingly interested in studies fromthe social, behavioral, and medical sciences” stated The Human Relations Movement.

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