Definition: is the control of workers over the technical side of production, and also for the financial and commercial activities of the owners of the enterprise. This was one of the most important program requirements of the Bolshevik Party during the period when the bourgeois-democratic revolution developed into a socialist revolution. Workers' control on the eve of the Great October Socialist Revolution was an indispensable measure of the working class, coming to power in conditions of economic disruption.
Working control in a sentence:
- Lenin's nomination and justification of the slogan of workers' control over production as a transitional measure to socialism is an example of the creative development of Marxism.
- The powers of the members of the working control committee were extended to such important aspects of plant life as hiring and firing of personnel, obtaining orders, labor protection and much more.
Synonyms and related words: communism, theory of party management, commissions