Below the Neutral Axis: A Case of Writers, Managers, and Companies in the Current Economic Context
As a growing and integral part of America's corporate workforce, technical writers increasingly share general employee benefits and burdens. Negative trends that affect the workforce in many companies now threaten serious damage to the teams that technical writers work on, the projects they develop, and ultimately the revenues that pay their salaries. The structural and secondary effects of such trends are explained; an illustration is given in the case of one company; and predictions are made about where such trends will lead.
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Document Type: Research Article
Publication date: May 1, 1997
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