Definition of Foremanship

1. Noun. The position of foreman.

Generic synonyms: Berth, Billet, Office, Place, Position, Post, Situation, Spot
Derivative terms: Foreman, Foreman



Definition of Foremanship

1. Noun. The position of a foreman. ¹

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Definition of Foremanship

1. [n -S]

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Foremanship

forelifts
forelike
forelimb
forelimbs
forelock
forelocked
forelocking
forelocks
forelook
forelooked
forelooking
forelooks
forels
forelying
foreman
foremanship (current term)
foremanships
foremast
foremasts
foremath
foremean
foremeans
foremeant
foremen
forementioned
foremilk
foremilks
foremind
foreminded
foreminding

Literary usage of Foremanship

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1. Publication by National Child Labor Committee (U.S.), Cleveland Foundation Survey Committee, Emergency Conservation Committee (U.S.) (1916)
"foremanship For the most part foremen are selected from the working force although some establishments train especially for foremanship. ..."

2. Personnel Administration: Its Principles and Practice by Ordway Tead, Henry Clayton Metcalf (1920)
"The elements of the problem of foremanship will be most readily understood if we undertake a brief examination into the foreman's character and attitude, ..."

3. The Garment Trades by Edna Bryner (1916)
"foremanship For the most part foremen are selected from the working force although some establishments train especially for foremanship. ..."

4. Scientific Management and Labor by Robert Franklin Hoxie (1915)
"Functional foremanship Relatively few of the scientific management shops employ the full system of functional foremanship, as outlined by Mr. Taylor. ..."

5. Principles of Industrial Organization by Dexter Simpson Kimball (1919)
"Functional foremanship. Many existing industrial plants have well-defined planning departments performing one or more of the five fundamental functions ..."

6. Selected Articles on Employment Management by Daniel Bloomfield, Daniel Bloomfield, ed (1919)
"THE NEW foremanship RELATION OF FOREMEN TO THE WORKING FORCE1 It is a very impressive circumstance to witness the beginning of a larger scheme of ..."

7. The Frontier of Control: A Study in British Workshop Politics by Carter Goodrich (1921)
"THE STANDARD OF foremanship WORKERS' choice of foremen is rare; the effect of organization of foremen on workers' control is real but indirect. ..."

8. Training Industrial Workers by Roy Willmarth Kelly (1920)
"... for "experienced" workmen; a demand which means that men are wanted who can take care of themselves and not bother the foreman. Functional foremanship ..."

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