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Article: New perspectives: How work, rewards, and benefits have evolved over the past century

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The evolution of the social contract between workers and management through the 20th century was a tempestuous one. A social contract, usually tacit rather than spelled out, is an agreement between individuals and authorities that exchanges individual freedoms for the protection of rights and maintenance of order.

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(Originally published in the WorldatWork Journal, Fourth Quarter 2019)

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