The right of full economic management for labor collectives

The right of full economic management mediates the self-supporting organization of production and proceeds from the consolidation of a strictly limited and clearly defined range of powers to manage property not for the enterprise, but for the state-owner. Everything that goes beyond the scope of these powers relates to the conduct of the enterprise. Here, therefore, the inverse principle is implemented, "All that is not forbidden is allowed."

But in the foreseeable future in the USSR, enterprises that do not belong to labor collectives will concentrate most of the means of production and labor. Consequently, for an indefinite period, the majority of workers and engineering workers should be excommunicated from the means of production, from economic power and remain in the role of wage earners, performing only executive functions. Is this permissible? How, under such conditions, it will be possible to increase the role of the human factor and increase production efficiency?

It is also important that the reduction of the legal basis of management to ownership of the means of production makes the separation of the concepts of “owner” and “owner” meaningless, and thereby denies the possibility of housekeeping motivation of members of the labor collective. And this, in turn, leads to the conclusion that any form of ownership, except collective, is doomed to inefficiency. The monopoly of state ownership is replaced by a monopoly of collective ownership.

The way out of this impasse is to recognize not one, but two legal grounds for participation in management decisions. The first basis is full or partial ownership of the means of production used by enterprises (legitimization on the basis of property); the second - direct participation in the achievement of certain results of the enterprise (legitimation based on labor participation). In other words, the right to control production arises both from ownership of the means of production, and from ownership of labor. Both the one and the other type of ownership are the basis not only for obtaining a share of the produced product, but also for determining the conditions for its production.

Note that the right to “participation”, that is, the participation of personnel in management decisions, is enshrined either in law or in collective agreements not only in developed but also in developing countries. The latest adopted laws establish the right of personnel to participate along with the owner in production management and create special units in labor ministries that are called upon to monitor the implementation of these regulatory requirements in all enterprises, including private ones. Big winnings, slots, roulette, blackjack. Casino Online - great contests, jackpots, amazing casino, vip games!