What Is This Thing Called Personnel Work?
by Esther Lloyd-Jones - 1937
The author discusses why it has been so difficult to come to any agreement on definitions of personnel work. Most of our efforts have been spent on oversimplifying. When we have finally been sufficiently frustrated in our efforts at theoretical simplification, perhaps we shall be willing to analyze the personnel program more carefully and see it as an admixture of personnel services, personnel administration, and personnel point of view.
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