Personnel recruitment and employment practices in the Federal Government: A report, with conclusions and recommendations, made as a result of the investigation into the personnel needs and practices of the various governmental agencies being conducted by the Subcommittee on Federal Manpower Policies pursuant to Senate resolution 53, as amended by Senate resolutions 206 and 288, with the purpose of formulation policies for the most effective utilization of civilian personnel during the period of the national emergency

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U.S. Govt. Print. Off., 1953 - Political Science - 124 pages
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Part 3The recruiting of applicants
Part 5The rating and ranking of applicants

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