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Production in a shoemaker's shop, 1939

Production in a shoemaker's shop, 1939

Tannery, Otrokovice, 1937

Tannery, Otrokovice, 1937

Bata factory and employees in Czech Republic, ca. 1920 #batashoes

Bata factory and employees in Czech Republic, ca. 1920 #batashoes

French industrialist visiting Zlín, 1929

French industrialist visiting Zlín, 1929

Baťa ship Morava, purchased in 1932, anchored in Algiers

Baťa ship Morava, purchased in 1932, anchored in Algiers

Chemist in a research institute, Otrokovice, 1938

Chemist in a research institute, Otrokovice, 1938

Bata sold his products through his own shop network, which started to expand into the whole world (1919). Besides this, new Bata sister companies were built throughout Europe and other continents (1921). Also, there were more and more Bata factories and housing estates abroad – from Germany (1931) to India. Here is the shop in Asia.

Bata sold his products through his own shop network, which started to expand into the whole world (1919). Besides this, new Bata sister companies were built throughout Europe and other continents (1921). Also, there were more and more Bata factories and housing estates abroad – from Germany (1931) to India. Here is the shop in Asia.

1924 T. Bata introduced the bonus system of profit and loss sharing in his company – in this way, staff motivation and performance were increased, and the prosperity of the entire company rose significantly.

1924 T. Bata introduced the bonus system of profit and loss sharing in his company – in this way, staff motivation and performance were increased, and the prosperity of the entire company rose significantly.

1919 Bata's following ideas were published in his company’s newspaper: “the system of company benefits, the aim of which is to encourage gifted and competent manual workers, and the system of profit sharing, the aim of which is to elicit in his employees a sense of joint responsibility for their company as if they were its co-owners”.

1919 Bata's following ideas were published in his company’s newspaper: “the system of company benefits, the aim of which is to encourage gifted and competent manual workers, and the system of profit sharing, the aim of which is to elicit in his employees a sense of joint responsibility for their company as if they were its co-owners”.

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