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workers' control

an advanced form of INDUSTRIAL DEMOCRACY in which employees have tight control over both policy and operational activities of managers.
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The farm workers control only 30 percent of SNJVC stocks, and are also regular workers for SNJVC.
This is anarchocommunism or anarchosyndicalism whereby workers control the means of production, distribution and wealth collectively both in the workplace and community with full democracy.
Indeed, the Anarchist Federation have an economic system to replace capitalist neo-liberalism, whereby workers control the means of production, distribution and wealth collectively both in the workplace and community with full democracy.
John Wallace and Joe Owens, Workers Call the Tune at Opera House, booklet produced by National Workers Control Conference, Sydney, 1973.
Differential games of capitalism were first explored by Lancaster (1973), (3) who adopted a two player non-cooperative differential game where the workers control the share of their consumption in total output while the capitalists control the share of investment in the surplus.
Interior Minister Rodrigo Hinzpeter announced that light rain and diminished winds had helped emergency workers control three of the six areas of the fire at the Torres del Paine park, though the blaze has burned more 48 square miles (12,500 hectares) since starting Tuesday.
What is possible and desirable for Gorz is workers control through councils.
The findings promoted Dr Mann to write this book in an attempt to help stressed and angry workers control their own anger and that of other people.
What makes UNITY such a radical organization is that it focuses on redefining domestic labor and creating conditions in which domestic labor actually gives workers control over how they work, what wages they will accept, and what kind of standards they expect from each other.
In the first chapters, as bureaucrats and center workers control entry and access to the absorption campus itself including the caravans where the immigrants live, services, language education, vocational training, and virtually all outside connections, the Ethiopian residents move in and out of the discussion like shadows rather than people.
Currently, about two-thirds (or 66 percent) of the national income goes to workers as compensation, giving workers control of most of the domestic stock buying power.
A wave of industrial revolution swept the country, giving the workers control of the firm.

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