Strategies for Swing-Shift Child Care

June 2001
Workforce (10928332);Jun2001, Vol. 80 Issue 6, p94
Addresses questions related to personnel management in the United States. Factors to be considered in establishing child-care centers at offices; Approaches to implement employee-appraisal programs; Creation of career-development units.


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