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Trabajo y sociedad

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FIGARI, Claudia. Enterprise Hegemony and new logics of social control: The management training. Trab. soc. [online]. 2011, n.17, pp.105-122. ISSN 1514-6871.

Efficiency processes on labor, inside corporations contribute to generate systematic exclusion and division paths, among professional groups. The nineties have made up a good context in which a new structure for labor and professional paths could take place. In that context, a symbolic agent has taken place, founded in a social control division. There is a strong relationship between that thesis and another one, which continues to emphasize a labor conformism. These management skills have given the possibility of enterprise hegemony. This article focuses on the new social control interfaces, and analyzes the emergent professional model. The thesis shows that this implication, contributes to emphasize the given to both management and beginners training. The research focuses in some aspects of our doctoral thesis. The main goal is to expose the most important wages which are derivate from multiple cases studies. We realize that these studies had taken place in big multinational companies, who have developed in the nineties and have undergone different re-structuring processes. Our sources of information have been mainly interviews to the management chain, and we have also analyzed some text documents produced by Human Resources departments.

Keywords : Hegemony; Social control; Management training; Professional regime.

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