ERIC Number: ED030724
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1968-Oct
Reference Count: 0
Manpower Developments: Problems and Prospects. Conference Series No. 12.
Czarnecki, Edgar R.
The theme of this conference was the full utilization of human resources. "The Federal Government's Impact on Manpower Training," by Stanley Ruttenberg focused on the interaction of federal, state, and local systems of government with community action agencies, manpower committees, and councils in providing increased job opportunities. "An Assessment of Iowa Manpower," by Harold E. Hughes stressed the fact that we have fallen short in one major area, namely, matching men and jobs. These two speeches are presented in full, together with papers presented at five concurrent workshops which were designed to provide stimulating areas for concentrated attention on the resolution of difficulties in recruiting, hiring, promoting, and retiring workforce participants. Recommendations include: (1) Management, unions, and government must work together for the resolution of our social needs, (2) Management needs a specific program for each level of skill, (3) The status of the skilled worker must be elevated, (4) The image of government service must be improved, and (5) We need a firm commitment for vocational education for those students who do not graduate from college. (CH)
Descriptors: Administrative Policy, Community Involvement, Community Role, Conference Reports, Disadvantaged, Employer Employee Relationship, Federal Programs, Federal State Relationship, Labor Force Development, Labor Needs, Labor Relations, Labor Supply, Minority Groups, Regional Schools, Unions, Vocational Schools
Center for Labor and Management, College of Business Administration, University of Iowa, Phillips Hall, Iowa City, Iowa 52240 ($1.00)
Publication Type: N/A
Education Level: N/A
Authoring Institution: Iowa Univ., Iowa City. Center for Labor and Management.
Identifiers: Labor Management Conference