The widening interest in the topic of communicating with employees is evidenced by the increasing frequency with which articles relevant to this problem may be found in industrial, personnel, and business journals during the last three or four years. This increased incidence of articles indicates that men in management positions are beginning to recognize more and more the importance of keeping their employees informed about the company for which they are working in order to improve morale and job satisfaction, to further community and public relations, and to bring about a greater degree of cooperative efficiency throughout the organization.
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Pitcher, Joann and Thompson, Max E.
"Keeping Employees Informed,"
Proceedings of the Iowa Academy of Science, 56(1), 289-297.
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