ERIC Number: ED055256
Record Type: RIE
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Recruitment Selection and Training.
National Economic Development Office, London (England).
This booklet outlines facts that should be considered during a new employee's initial weeks with a firm, in this case a clothing manufacturer; particular emphasis is placed on the principles of good selection and training. Various sources are also given from which to get help in implementing the basic principles described. The following points are made: (1) Recruitment involves advertising a firm's advantageous aspects; (2) Good selection techniques are important as short-term employees are expensive; (3) Objectives of training include reducing the time taken to learn a new job, achieving, maintaining, or improving quality standards, and introducing or standardizing correct methods. Following good practices in selection and training will reduce an employer's overall cost per employee. (CK)
Descriptors: Clothing, Cost Effectiveness, Industrial Training, Manufacturing Industry, Personnel Selection, Recruitment
National Economic Development Office, Millbank Tower, Millbank, London SW1 England (no price quoted)
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Authoring Institution: National Economic Development Office, London (England).
Note: A report by the manpower working party of the Economic Development Committee for the Clothing Industry