The New Deal

January 2002
Workforce (10928332);Jan2002, Vol. 81 Issue 1, p45
Discusses the New Deal employment legislation, and its impact on personnel management in the United States. Effect of the 1930 depression on employment security; Provisions of the legislation; Problems and changes posed by the legislation to personnel management.


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