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What does QC stand for?

QC stands for Quality Circle


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Aeromexico, Mexico's largest transcontinental airline and the Tesoros de Mexico Hoteles y Restaurantes Quality Circle announce a major commercial alliance to promote luxury tourism in Mexico PUEBLA, Mexico, March 22, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- Against the backdrop of the Tianguis Turistico tourism conference attended by Federal, State and business representatives, Aeromexico and Tesoros de Mexico Hoteles y Restaurantes (Treasures of Mexico, Hotels and Restaurants) are announcing a major commercial agreement to promote luxury tourism representing the finest hotel service and gastronomy in Mexico through various joint promotion marketing strategies.
Aeromexico, Mexico's largest transcontinental airline and the Tesoros de Mexico Hoteles y Restaurantes Quality Circle announce a major commercial alliance to promote luxury tourism in Mexico PUEBLA, Mexico, March 22, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- Against the backdrop of the Tianguis Turistico tourism conference attended by Federal, State and business representatives, Aeromexico and Tesoros de Mexico Hoteles y Restaurantes (Treasures of Mexico, Hotels and Restaurants) are announcing a major commercial agreement to promote luxury tourism representing the finest hotel service and gastronomy in Mexico through various joint promotion marketing strategies.
The Quality Circle (QC) Philosophy Quality Circle Forum of India (QCFI) (1983) defines a QC as: "A small group of employees in the same work area or doing similar type of work that voluntarily meets regularly for about an hour every week to identify, analyse and resolve work-related problems".
In some ways, it's mirroring Japanese business philosophy that was famous a few years ago for having quality circles with everyone involved--including the janitor.
Brenner and others examined the relationship between "flexible" work practices and occupational safety and health and found some rather disturbing results: "a positive, statistically significant, and quantitatively sizable relationship between cumulative trauma disorders and the use of quality circles and just-in-time production.