Posts Tagged: labor spies

“The Company’s Voice in the Workplace” – now published

My article, “The Company’s Voice in the Workplace: Labor Spies, Propaganda and Personnel Management, 1918-1920,” has now appeared in the Fall 2013 issue of Labor: Studies in Working-Class History of the Americas, vol 10, no 3, 57-79 (Submitted June 2010;

“The Company’s Voice in the Workplace” – now published

My article, “The Company’s Voice in the Workplace: Labor Spies, Propaganda and Personnel Management, 1918-1920,” has now appeared in the Fall 2013 issue of Labor: Studies in Working-Class History of the Americas, vol 10, no 3, 57-79 (Submitted June 2010;

The Company’s Voice in the Workplace

“The Company’s Voice in the Workplace: Labor Spies, Propaganda, and Personnel Management, 1918-1920,” presented at the Department of History Research Seminar, March 19, 2012. Abstract: From the late nineteenth century until the 1930s, American employers hired private detectives to go

The Company’s Voice in the Workplace

“The Company’s Voice in the Workplace: Labor Spies, Propaganda, and Personnel Management, 1918-1920,” presented at the Department of History Research Seminar, March 19, 2012. Abstract: From the late nineteenth century until the 1930s, American employers hired private detectives to go