The new public personnel administration

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F.E. Peacock Publishers, Jan 1, 1986 - Business & Economics - 478 pages
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Contents

PREFACE
1
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10
Selection there is a minicase study of the politics of test validity
16
2 ORGANIZATIONS AND THE PERSONNEL FUNCTION
30
3 PERSONNEL AND ORGANIZATIONAL PERFORMANCE
56
4 THE CAREER CONCEPT
88
5 COLLECTIVE BARGAINING IN GOVERNMENT
114
6 THE BILATERAL INPUTTHE UNIONS
140
13 TRAINING
312
Lloyd G Nigro
322
14 GRIEVANCES AND APPEALS
339
15 CONSTITUTIONAL RIGHTS AND THE PUBLIC
355
Freedom of Expression
362
Loyalty Oaths
368
Athens Georgia
371
Veterans Preference
376

Contract Administration
155
7 EQUAL EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITY
160
ings of the Office of Personnel Management for information
164
8 PUBLIC PERSONNEL AND REPRESENTATIVE
179
PRESSURES
200
10 SELECTION
229
11 PERFORMANCE APPRAISAL AND MERIT PAY
263
12 PROMOTIONS AND OTHER STATUS CHANGES
290
Felix A Nigro
309
The Right to Organize and Strike
383
The Civil Rights Act of 1871 and Damage Suits
390
The President and Personal Liability
397
16 THE FUTURE OF PUBLIC PERSONNEL
401
APPENDIXES
408
AppendixAffirmative Action Plan
428
AppendixArbitration Decision
440
INDEX
464
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