Holland Appointed Del. Planning Head
- Rewarding In-House Experts. Perlman, Ellen // Governing;Oct2001, Vol. 15 Issue 1, p58
Reports on the programs of the Delaware Department of Transportation that reward employees with cash if they propose money-saving ideas. Components of the Shared Savings Program; Price award under the Quality Service Award Program; Goals of the programs.
- Recent appointments. // Quadrant Magazine;Jul/Aug97, Vol. 41 Issue 7/8, p61
Focuses on the appointment of various civil servants. Names of persons appointed; Positions which persons are expected to occupy; Career information on the appointees.
- CLEAR DAYS ON THE MUNICIPAL SCENE. // New Yorker;3/14/1959, Vol. 35 Issue 4, p120
An excerpt from the "Providence Journal" regarding the appointment of several government employees in New York City is presented.
- Should Personnel Selection Tests Be Used on a Pass-Fail, Grouping, or Ranking Basis? Sproule, Charles F. // Public Personnel Management;Winter84, Vol. 13 Issue 4, p375
Presents the uniform guidelines on employee selection procedures. Discussion on the legal requirement and professional testing standards for the method used; Description on the trend in merit system certification practices; Details on the use of score grouping.
- CORRECTION. // Public CIO;Winter2015, p5
A correction to the Fall issue on Delaware CIO James Collins' previous employment is provided.
- Selection Theory for a Political World. Cronbach, Lee J. // Public Personnel Management;Jan/Feb80, Vol. 9 Issue 1, p37
Focuses on the process of employee selection and promotion in the civil service in the U.S. Presence of discrimination in the selection process; Link between politics and personnel selection; Rationales for improving and defending personnel selection.
- The Importance of Selection in Public Sector Administration. Springer, James P. // Public Personnel Management;Spring82, Vol. 11 Issue 1, p9
Analyzes the selection of employees on the public administration in U.S. Importance of the selection process on elected public officials; Concern for retaining merit selection in government; Cost benefit of a selection program.
- An empirical comparison of self-assessment and organizational assessment in personnel selection. George, David I.; Smith, Mike C. // Public Personnel Management;Summer90, Vol. 19 Issue 2, p175
Compares self-assessment and organizational assessment in personnel selection. Background information; Subjects; Criteria; Moderator variables; Selection procedures; Predictive validity of self-assessment.
- In brief. // Public Finance;10/04/96, p3
Reports about public spending and pay settlements in Britain. Announcement of the Association of London Government about a strategic authority that would save council taxpayers millions per year; Publication of a guide for appointing and managing advisers and providers of professional accounting...