HOW TO TRAIN WAR WORKERS FOR WAR INDUSTRIES by

HOW TO TRAIN WAR WORKERS FOR WAR INDUSTRIES

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KIRKUS REVIEW

The papers these days are full of the manpower problems connected with war production. The American Management Association, for many years a leader in the personnel and management field, have brought together in book form excellent papers on how to make full use of what we now realize is our limited manpower. Leaders in the government field, outstanding industrial experts here show the way to hire and train personnel in important war industries such as Sperry Gyroscope, Carnegie Steel, General Electric, etc. Not a theoretical book, but a practical one that should prove helpful to all the organizations facing the problem of limited manpower and who may need to know about employment of men and women, training old and new workers, organization, etc.

Pub Date: Nov. 13th, 1942
Publisher: Harper