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Background statistics on the American occupational structure are given to situate the need for child-care assistance for American families in the 1980's since there is an increasing pro portion of mothers gainfully employed. Further, single-parent households now comprise 20% of U.S. families.
The proliferation of microcomputer based software now permits the partial automation of personnel operations. Future applications of information systems technology to public sector human resource management depend on a knowledge of public management information requirements and of the...
This article discusses public policy issues involved in workplace drug testing and gives an analysis of the responses of public agency personnel directors to these issues. The article is based on a 1987 survey of 300 federal, state and local agency personnel directors throughout the United States.
This study examined the job satisfaction and quality of work life of 117 municipal clerks from small cities in Nebraska. It found that the clerks had a high level of job satisfaction, even though the quality of work life was not high. Job satisfaction was found to be correlated with age, length...
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