A Handbook for Job Restructuring
U.S. Government Printing Office, 1970 - Job analysis - 46 pages
This handbook has been developed to provide a basic guide for use in restructuring job systems in order to utilize available manpower resources more efficiently. This handbook presents primarily a methodology and does not deal with problems involving personnel practices, union relations, plant policies, and similar matters.
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INTRODUCTION TO JOB RESTRUCTURING
METHODOLOGY FOR JOB RESTRUCTURING
COMPONENTS AND BENCHMARKS
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