Opportunities for Handicapped Men in the Rubber Industry: June 14, 1919 Bert Jasper Morris

ISBN: 9781332173563

Published: September 27th 2015

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Opportunities for Handicapped Men in the Rubber Industry: June 14, 1919 by Bert Jasper Morris
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Excerpt from Opportunities for Handicapped Men in the Rubber Industry: June 14, 1919A Fair trial of handicapped labor necessitates a right attitude on the part of both the employer and the employee at the start. While the purpose is to put the menMoreExcerpt from Opportunities for Handicapped Men in the Rubber Industry: June 14, 1919A Fair trial of handicapped labor necessitates a right attitude on the part of both the employer and the employee at the start.

While the purpose is to put the men in places where they will be fully efficient, attempts to so place them will be futile unless employers, superintendents, foremen, and fellow workers are patient with the handicapped men until they become thoroughly adjusted to the new conditions. Even though a disabled person is carefully trained and well-equipped to do certain work, it will, as a rule, take some time for him to reach his highest efficiency.

Until that time, at least, he will need encouragement from all with whom he is associated.The Use of Appliances by Injured Men. In order to simplify the discussion of disabilities in connection with the various operations in the rubber industry, it has been assumed in each case that where a member has been lost a suitable appliance will take its place.

It is not within the scope of this discussion to speak in detail of the possible appliances. However, where there has been any doubt as to obtaining a desirable appliance in connection with any operation, this particular operation has not been recommended.

It will, therefore, be assumed that where a man has lost a leg, an artificial limb will take its place. The character of the artificial member will, of course, depend on the sort of work which will be done. The same rule will hold for loss of hands or arms.The Problem of Wages. In cases where wages are mentioned, they represent as nearly as possible those wages which were being paid at the time of the writing of this article.About the PublisherForgotten Books publishes hundreds of thousands of rare and classic books.

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