Adapted work requires new form of business

Marius Heijenk, H.B.A. Steens

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The article describes principles of new way to stimulate and organize work for disabled workers. The principles relate to adjusting efficiency standards and only compensating companies for the difference between actual and 'normal' efficiency levels. The principles build on the Adaptive Enterprise concept practiced in US.
Translated title of the contributionAdapted work requires new form of business
Original languageDutch
Pages (from-to)11
JournalDe Volkskrant
Volume8 juni 1994
Publication statusPublished - 8 Jun 1994

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Heijenk, Marius ; Steens, H.B.A. / Aangepast werk vergt nieuwe bedrijfsvorm. In: De Volkskrant. 1994 ; Vol. 8 juni 1994. pp. 11.
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Aangepast werk vergt nieuwe bedrijfsvorm. / Heijenk, Marius; Steens, H.B.A.

In: De Volkskrant, Vol. 8 juni 1994, 08.06.1994, p. 11.

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