Personnel Management in Government: Fifth Edition, Politics and Process

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A comprehensive guide, this book covers employee relations and the legacy of quality and reengineering, and discussions on the growth of public personnel management in state and local sectors. The authors discuss affirmative action and equal opportunity case law, work and family issues, the Volcker Commission findings, an analysis of federal pay reform and innovative classification and compensation systems currently implemented by federal agencies, a discussion of constitutional and legal issues facing public personnel administration in areas such as AIDS and drug testing, figures and tables on collective bargaining laws and trends, and more.
 

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The First Century of Civil Service Reform
1
The Impetus for Reform
8
The Development of the Central Personnel Agency
15
A History
33
A Summary Note on the Merits of Reform
39
The Legal Framework of Public Personnel Management
93
The Processes of Human Resources Management
131
Classification and Compensation
171
Performance Appraisal
265
Training and Development
301
Quality Management and Reengineering
335
Equal Opportunity and Diversity in Government
375
Diversity in the Workforce
421
Unions and Employee Relations in Government
461
Employee Relations
531
Index
561

Recruitment and Selection
221

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