Human Capital 2002

Human Capital 2002

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Human Capital 2002 provides eight studies on the 'state' of human capital in government today. From these studies, Mark A. Abramson, Ruby Butler DeMesme, and Nicole Willenz Gardner describe the human capital challenge now facing government and how it might best respond to the people and workplace challenge it now faces.q The COO received authority to appoint up to 25 technical and professional employees to administer the functions of the PBO as members of the aquot;excepted service.aquot; These appointments would not be subject to the provisions of Title 5 in theiranbsp;...

Title:Human Capital 2002
Author: Mark A. Abramson, Nicole Willenz Gardner
Publisher:Rowman & Littlefield - 2002-01-01

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