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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 9, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta 26 THE L6THBRIDGE HERALD _ August 1973 IVo punishment will boost worker morale GE-NTSV'A Out. Traditional methods of man- agement using punishment as a motivation must bo changed if worker dissatisfaction tri'h jobs J'K to be says sociolo- gist Hsu-old Sheppard. Mr. with the W. E. Upjohn Institute for Employ- .raent Hesearch at was speaking at the open- ing session ot the 42nd Cou- cliicbing Conference at Geneva Park near Orillia. Mr. Sheppard said surveys by lie University of Michigan and by the United States department of labor show that most job dis- satisfaction lies with younger workers. He said 6CJ per cent of work- ers under 30 want a job that provides opportunities for devel- opment of individual abilities 'Out only 34 per cent said this the case in their job. ''Only 50 -per cent of the young workers who cited this job element as being important were fortunate enough iu have jobs that to them mot ihia crite- he said. contrast the corresponding index for work- ers 45 and older was 89 per Mr. Sheppard urged civic trade un- ion government offi- cials and religious leaders to work modify the nature of work to better fit a new and emerging social He said a desire by workers to have more control over their jobs is beliind the demand by auto workers for an end to com- pulsory overtime. But even if workers win on this the amount of over- time worked will probably not decrease much. workers want to have the right to be involved in mak- ing a decision that affects their The 175 delegates at the five- day sponsored by the Canadian Institute of Public will discuss such sub- jects as alternatives to technological change and job enrichment before federal La- i bor Minister John Munro deliv- ers the final address Saturday. not 'best answer' LONDON If Canada is to increase its current popu- Jation immigra- i iion rather than the birth rate -.Till be ihe major says Immigration JOnister Robert j Andras. Andras has been here since Friday meeting with the depart- j ment's European and African officials to sound them out on j proposals for E new immigra- j fcioo act the ambition of every j immigration minister since the Andras told a news confer- i ence a new i ni m i gration policy should become a tool for population management ratlier than the mere supplier of labor j as it has traditionally been. The department's deputy min-1 Allan interrupted the minister to describe the role of immigration as tal i The point system or immi- j grant screening would remain a i vital part of the new As more immigration offices daid and no move j are opened in Arab and black would be made to establish na- j the racial tolerance of tional or racial quotas. Canadians will be put to the With the domestic birth rate j suggested the declining to the point of zero' ROBERT ANDRAS population said the Canada must soon de- cide how big a country it wants to be and realize that foreign newcomers will be the major really comprehensive discussion of immigration pol- icy would be pretty naive if it didn't include a discussion that problem. We can't claim in Canada that are pure and i j j without racial EeV6r had ment of immigrants. A system I of incentive rather than proliibi- jnave tions would be used to channel j The first stage of the policy newcomers to areas where they j formation will conclude would be most easily jthe next few with the isn't in the sense of publication of a frhAffjvr cnirl nnf rirnnncftlc fftr riftVkatp avoiding said although he said there is con- cern that concentrations of cer- tain immigrant groups in To- ronto could develop into prob- lems. setting out proposals for debate. After that would come a which would be a firmer statement of government plans and the whole process would end in a new immigration act. CAREERS MECHANIC WANTED Top salary and commission with five-figure 'bracket possible per month. in wheel alignment and Apply in Wriling BOX HERA1D MAJOR OIL COMPANY HAS SERVICE STATION for LEASE For Further Particulars Call J. MACHALEK 328-0823 LETHBRIDGE Sears TITIES price BLACKWALL WHITEWALL sizes available BLACKWALL 6.50-13 6.95-14 7.35-14 7.75-14 8.25-14 7.75-15 8.25-15 WHITEWALL 7.00-13 6.95-14 7.35-14 8.25-14 8.25-15 at Simpsons-Sears you get the finest guaranles satisfaction or money refunded end free delivery Simpsons-Sears Ltd. our store-lodoor service begins wilh Ihe protects you every Inch of As way SERVICE STATION 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. Daily Thursday and Friday until 9 p.m. Centre Village 2nd Ave. and 13th St. N. Ttltphont 328-9231 ;