Champagne, Jean
April 1973
Monthly Labor Review;Apr73, Vol. 96 Issue 4, p49
Academic Journal
Focuses on efforts to adapt jobs to human needs. Task force approach; Multipromotional ladder system; Experimentation with formal career planning to obtain the employee's inputs in programming possible staff movements; Shaping job profiles along the profiles of the individuals available at the time of a reorganization.


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