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- THE MANAGEMENT OF SOVIET MANPOWER. Manevich, Efim // Foreign Affairs;Oct68, Vol. 47 Issue 1, p176
This article comments on how to supply the Soviet Union's developing national economy and all its branches, as well as the enormous undeveloped districts of the country, with workers. During all these years the principal sources for replenishing manpower were: first, young people reaching the...
- Investment Board Expands Job Training. Pilkington, Steve // Alaska Business Monthly;Jun2004, Vol. 20 Issue 6, p8
Reports on the Alaska Workforce Investment Board's expansion of its program to strengthen the state workforce by adding training for workers in resource industries, such as oil, gas and mining. Workers covered by the expansion program; Job skills that will be taught under the program.
- How Our Tax Dollars Are Wasted. Shalett, Sidney // Saturday Evening Post;8/16/1952, Vol. 225 Issue 7, p12
The author reflects on the management and handling of U.S. government employees. According to Chairman Olin D. Johnston of the Senate Subcommittee on Federal Manpower Policies, there were 1000 laws bearing on manpower practices in the government, and ten different systems of handling personnel...
- Carers to get flexi working time. // Learning Disability Today;Dec2006, Vol. 6 Issue 4, p6
The article reports that British Employment Relations Minister Jim Fitzpatrick announced that carers will now have the right to request flexible working hours. The new definition of carers will mean that 2.6 million carers are eligible to apply for flexible working hours from their employers....
- Cash for Care in Developed Welfare States. Rummery, Kirstein // Community Care;10/18/2007, Issue 1695, p32
The article reviews the book "Cash for Care in Developed Welfare States," edited by Clare Ungerson and Sue Yeandle.
- Combining paid work and family care: Policies and experience in international perspective. Hale, Beatrice // Aotearoa New Zealand Social Work Review;2014, Vol. 26 Issue 2/3, p87
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- THE FISCAL SUBSTITUTION EFFECT OF ALTERNATIVE APPROACHES TO PUBLIC SERVICE EMPLOYMENT POLICY. Johnson, George E.; Tomola, James D. // Journal of Human Resources;Winter77, Vol. 12 Issue 1, p3
The size of the fiscal substitution effect is important in evaluating public service employment as either a counter-cyclical policy or as revenue-sharing. Empirically, the effect appears to be very small for one or two quarters, but rises to about 100 percent after five quarters. From an...
- Some Issues in the Teacher Supply Problem. McGrath, Earl James // Education;Jun1953, Vol. 73 Issue 10, p591
The article focuses on the teacher supply problem in the U.S. The manpower problem is caused by the following scenarios: (1) the manpower pool is smaller in proportion to the need for teachers that it has been or is likely to be soon again; (2) competition for the available manpower is becoming...
- DEPARTMENT OF LABOR. // Federal Register (National Archives & Records Service, Office of;2/ 5/2013, Vol. 78 Issue 24, p8022
The article discusses the final rule on the reorganization and delegation of authority technical amendments by the Office of Labor-Management Standards, Department of Labor. It mentions that the new regulation is important prior to the dissolution of the Employment Standards Administration...