Technical Personnel - Buy Them, Steal Them Or Raise Your Own (1978)

By Glenn Chambers, American Television and Communications Corporation

A look at the need for trained technical personnel and some methods used to get them. This paper covers advertising, recruiting, interviews and the problems with testing. It covers union employee testing and training, along with some sample questions. Employee incentives are discussed, along with technical schools and home study courses.

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