Human Resources

April 1983
Industrial & Labor Relations Review;Apr83, Vol. 36 Issue 3, p517
Academic Journal
This section provides information on several industrial research in progress in human resources, as of April 1983. They include research on the performance of Comprehensive Employment and Training Act prime sponsors in the U.S., research on economic and genetic population theories of fertility and intergenerational transfers, research on the background and orientation of industrial tutors, research on the impact of robotic technology on the human resources management, and research on the occupational correlates of underdevelopment.


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