Providing methods and structures to assure that the individual will receive a compensation for his work, thus providing occupational incentive and equitable treatment. The effect is the re-imaging the worker's view of himself or herself as a responsible and equal participant in the decision-making process relative to his employment, rather than as a victim of the system.
An integral part of integrating labour capabilities through a global network of employable exchanges.
Tactics include: participation design to provide channels for the participation of all age groups in the policy and decision-making process; occupational planning to provide tools for building comprehensive visions for assuring job security; methods development to train in the use of tools for honouring the wisdom of all in correcting labour irregularities; adequate income to provide equitable compensation for every man; and joint committee to enable employer-employees to share management's responsibilities and provide accountability. An example is the creation of a local organization of tenant farmers which negotiates with farmers on wages and communicates with other similar organizations for support and wisdom.
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