The Emerging Role of the Professional Personnel Worker
by Daniel D. Feder - 1959
This document represented Ěseveral years of co-operative study by the Council's Commission, the United States Employment Service, and a number of state employment offices. It still stands as the most comprehensive and objective effort to define and describe tbe various jobs in personnel work and the desirable levels of education, training, and experience.
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