Hard covered book titled THE OFFICE SUPERVISOR, HIS RELATIONS TO PERSONS AND TO WORK by Henry Niles, Mary Niles, and James Stephens, 1959, 3rd Edition. 307 pages. This book applies to the first line supervisor, the counterpart of the factory foreman, and often to several levels of supervisors reporting to middle management. It demonstrates how the "democratic process ties in with the actions of the supervisor and how it is compatible with modern business management. A consistent and democratic philosophy of management runs through the whole text. The authors show how good management utilizes both organization and human relations to produce better products or services and better workers." This vintage book is in VG condition. Pages are clean and intact, and the binding is tight. The dust jacket has some small tears. It would make a marvelous addition to your library!