Auswertungskonferenz (1950’s)

A major part of the Productivity Program was the Work-Study for Productivity Program, in which young European workers would visit the United States to gain insight into plant level collective bargaining and labor relations. Many of these students were astonished by the high standard of living in the United States, and the good relations between employees and managers. Students were able to compare the high standard of living in the United States to their own experiences in their home countries. Additionally, these students were able to witness labor relations first hand, citing several instances in which employees and management got along exceptionally well. All of these observations were repeated in well documented de-briefing conferences at the end of the work study program. This scan provides the full German Transcript this conference.

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Related Subjects: Marshall PlanGerman VisitorsLabor Relations: German Unions

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