Professional Resource Management and Forecasting
Transportation Research Board, National Research Council, Jan 1, 1985 - Highway departments - 15 pages
This synthesis will be of interest to administrators, personnel managers, and others concerned with recruiting, promoting, training, and retaining engineers and other professional staff in highway agencies. Information is presented on planning for professional staff needs and on the elements of a professional resource program, including examples of practice in several states.
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