Making the new career development model work

Colby, Ann G.
June 1995
HR Magazine;Jun95, Vol. 40 Issue 6, p150
Studies the role of employers in the career development of employees in the United States. Paternalism and hierarchies as characteristics of former organizational structures; Importance of communication; Availability of career development tools and software; Mutual benefits.


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