Employee recreation and services in industry : A dissertation submitted to the Department of Parks and Recreation in partial fulfilment of the requirements for the Diploma [in] Parks and Recreation (Community Recreation Option)
Today, people are surprised to learn that an industrial recreation programme exists in such and such an industry or business. Well, industrial recreation makes good sense and its time has come. In ever increasing numbers, business and industrial leaders are demonstrating that they believe in the concept of industrial recreation. Potential exists for multiple benefits to both management and labour through the inclusion of industrial recreation facilities, services and activities.
Fields of Research1106 Human Movement and Sports Sciences; 140209 Industry Economics and Industrial Organisation; 150306 Industrial Relations
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