ERIC Number: ED061461
Record Type: Non-Journal
Publication Date: 1970
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Manpower and Planning.
Industrial Relations Counselors, Inc., New York, NY.
In recent years emphasis has shifted from physical to human capital as a key factor in economic growth. Both government and business have intensified efforts at manpower planning to improve the utilization of human resources. These papers by representatives of government and business cover various aspects of labor market efficiency. The nine papers include: (1) Investing in Human Resources, (2) Government Techniques for Projecting Occupational Manpower Needs, (3) A Company Technique for Estimating Future Manpower Requirements, (4) Accommodating Short-Term Fluctuations to Long-Term Manpower Planning, (5) Dealing with Imbalances in the Labor Market for Scientists and Engineers, (6) Fulfilling Requirements for Specialized Manpower, (7) Evolution of Career Paths, (8) Converting Hard-Core Unemployed into Productive Contributors, and (9) The Task Force Approach to Effective Manpower Utilization. (BH)
Descriptors: Career Choice, Economic Progress, Employment Projections, Human Capital, Human Resources, Investment, Labor Economics, Labor Market, Labor Needs, Labor Utilization, Research Methodology, Scientific Personnel
Industrial Relations Counselors, Box 228, New York, New York 10036 ($4.50)
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Authoring Institution: Industrial Relations Counselors, Inc., New York, NY.