History of HRM: Craft System & Human Relations Movement


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What were the skill levels under the craft system?

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1. Who was responsible for the development and welfare of workers in the craft system?

2. Which event brought about a dramatic shift in the manner in which people worked?

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About This Quiz & Worksheet

Your knowledge of the human relations movement will be assessed through questions that require that you know the skill levels under the craft system and who was responsible for the development of workers back then.

Quiz & Worksheet Goals

Use what you've learned to review:

  • Skill levels under the craft system
  • The person responsible for worker development under the system
  • What event shifted the manner in which people worked
  • The movement that improved employee productivity through efficiency
  • Which movement focused on improving productivity by improving the workplace

Skills Practiced

  • Reading comprehension - ensure that you draw the most important information from the related craft system and human relations movement lesson
  • Information Recall- access the knowledge you've gained regarding the skill levels under the craft system
  • Distinguishing differences- compare and contrast topics from the lesson, such as the human relations movement and scientific management

Additional Learning

To learn more about the road traveled to get to where we are today in business, review the lesson titled History of HRM: Craft System & Human Relations Movement. Objectives this lesson was designed to help you meet include:

  • Understand the roots of human resource management
  • Describe the nature of the craft system prior to the industrial revolution
  • Identify what took place after the revolution
  • Appreciate what the scientific management movement brought to the business table
  • Know how the human relations movement increased employee productivity