2 edition of Position-classification in the public service found in the catalog.
Position-classification in the public service
Public Personnel Association. Committee on Position-Classification and Pay Plans in the Public Service.
1941 by Civil Service Assembly of the United States and Canada in Chicago .
Written in English
|Statement||by the Committee on Position-Classification and Pay Plans in the Public Service, Ismar Baruch, chairman.|
|Series||Policies and practices in public personnel administration, report of the Committee on Position-Classification and Pay Plans in the Public Service of the Civil Service Assembly of the United States and Canada|
|LC Classifications||JF1601 .P82|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xx p., 1 l., 404 p.|
|Number of Pages||404|
|LC Control Number||41023633|
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Position-classification in the Public Service: A Report Submitted to the Civil Service Assembly, Volume 7. Public Personnel Association. Committee on Position-Classification and Pay Plans in the Public Service, Ismar Baruch. Civil Service Assembly of the United States and Canada, - Civil service - pages.
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