European Federation of Productivity Services (EFPS)
Fédération européenne pour l'accroissement de la productivité
Europäischer Verband für Produktivitätsförderung
Federazione Europea dei Servizi di Produzione
Europese Federatie voor de Bevordering van de Produktiviteit
Európska Federacia pre Rozvoj Produktivity
Comhnascas Eorpach der Sheirbhisi Tairgióchta
1961-06-16 Heidelberg Germany FR
16 Jun 1961, Heidelberg (Germany FR). Originally registered under Dutch law as European Work Study Federation (EWSF) -- Fédération européenne pour l'étude du travail -- Federación Europea para el Estudio del Trabajo -- Europäischer Verband für Arbeitsstudien. Present name adopted 1970; registered under Swiss law 1984.
Promote knowledge of productivity services applications throughout Europe; stimulate and support development of the practice and techniques of industrial and commercial productivity and efficiency as applied by members.
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Board (elected). Functional Coordinators (appointed) for each of 5 functional areas: work and pay; work organization and job design; work measurement; productivity management; membership activities.
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