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November 15, 1975 and certainly without any claims to its being revolutionary, increasing participation by workers and trade unions is being adopted by forward-looking employers in the developed world. The important point in all this experience is that employee-participation is not viewed or adopted with emphasis on production and productivity alone. The more important objectives are related to employees as people, their needs, their aspirations, their dignity. Benefits in production and productivity come as a bye-product, no doubt an important bye- product but not the main aim of the effort. There is no reason to believe that the experience will be any different in our country.

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