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The Employees' Publication

Elinor Hayes
The University Journal of Business
Vol. 1, No. 1 (Nov., 1922), pp. 81-94
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Bibliography on the Exployees' Publication
  • Bezanson, Anna, The Employee Publication, a Study for the Editor's Association of the Philadelphia Industrial Relations Association (23 pages).
  • Blue Pencil, The, A Magazine for House Organ Editors, Published by Bert Barnes, Vol. I, Nos. 1-7, June-December.
  • Department of Labour, Canada. Employees Magazines in Canada (Supple- ment to the Labour Gazette, October, 1921), pp. 22.
  • Dickinson, Roy, "Employees' Magazines More Essential Now than Ever," Printers' Ink Weekly, March 31, 1921, p. 133.
  • Kimbal, H. W., " Fostering Plant Spirit through the Plant Paper," Industrial Management, LVII (March, 1919), 245.
  • McFarland, Adrian R, " Selling the Firm to the Worker," ioo%, November, 1921, p. 78.
  • O'Shea, P. F., "The Shop Paper as an Aid to Morale," Factory, XXIII (September, 1919), 791-93.
  • , " The Shop Paper as an Aid to Self-Training," ibid., XXIII (October, 1919), 518-22.
  • —Employees' Magazines for Factories, Offices, and Business Organiza- tions. H. W. Wilson, 1920.
  • This reference contains 6 citations:
    • Painter, Leonard, "Some Incidentals in Editing an Employees' Magazine," Mailbag, V, No. 1 (April), 20
    • No. 2 (May), 42
    • No. 3 (June), 73
    • No. 4 (July), 122
    • No. 5 (August), 153
    • VI, No. 1 (September), 183.
  • This reference contains 2 citations:
    • Park, Robert E., The Plant Organ, U.S. Department of Labor, Division of Labor Administration, Circular No. 6
    • reprinted as Bulletin 6, Wis- consin University Extension Bureau, Division of Industrial Relations.
  • Ramsay, Robert, Effective House Organs. D. Appleton & Company, 1920.
  • — "Explaining Wage Cuts," Factory, October, 1921, p. 1442.
  • St. Clair, Labert, "Getting the Public Eye and Ear," Booklet Reprint from Aera, VIII, 905.
  • Sayles, A. C., "The House Organ and Its Functions," Personnel, I, No. 12 (December, 1919), 11.
  • This reference contains 6 citations:
    • "Shop Paper as an Aid to Management, The," department in Factory, XXI, 348, 9i8, ii84
    • XXII, 102, 482, 710, io89
    • XXIII, 67, 140, 302
    • XXIV, 1980
    • XXV, 1340
    • XXVI, 1660
  • "Speeding Up Production through Bulletins and Publications," Mailbag, September, 1918, p. 183.
  • Tead, Ordway, and Metcalf, Henry C., Personnel Administration, chapter xiv. McGraw-Hill Book Company, 1920.
  • Tregillus, H. C., "Does the Employees' Magazine Pay?" Factory, XXII (September, 1920), 486.
  • "A I922 List of Employees' Magazines," Printers' Ink Weekly, first instal- ment, January 12, 1922, p. 69.