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Connection between factors of social politics, management and labour productivity in horticulture


, : Connection between factors of social politics, management and labour productivity in horticulture. Acta Horticulturae (77): 341-348

The paper considers some of the provisions for safety and good social working conditions which contribute to labour productivity and a harmonious working environment.

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