preparing for an entry-level position in personnel

Bergmann, Thomas J.; Close, M. John
June 1980
Advanced Management Journal (03621863);Summer80, Vol. 45 Issue 3, p58
Academic Journal
Discusses survey findings on the educational background and experience looked for by personnel professionals when choosing individuals to join the entry-level positions in careers in personnel and industrial relations (PAIR). Independent institute established by the American Society for Personnel Administration; Questions included in the questionnaire; Courses important for preparing a student for a PAIR profession.


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