Inventory as a Burden to Human Resources
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15 pages worth of research on how the Just-in-Time (.) inventory system has become a burden to human resources -- and even a threat to workers ! A method borrowed from the Japanese, . dictates that materials & merchandise are ordered only as needed and not kept in surplus or stock. is mostly an automated process and it has therefore been known to lessen the need for workers. The writer of this paper feels that . damages employee morale and therefore, ultimately hurts productivity. FREE outline, charts, and handouts included. No Bibliography.
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