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Author: Maurice W. Cuming
ISBN: 0434902918
Subcategory: Human Resources
Pages 288 pages
Publisher Heinemann Educational Books; First Edition edition (March 13, 1978)
Language English
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Cuming, Maurice William. The theory and practice of personnel management. Cuming, Maurice William. The theory and practice of personnel management Maurice W. Cuming Heinemann London 1968. Australian/Harvard Citation. 1968, The theory and practice of personnel management Maurice W. Cuming Heinemann London.

Near East University (NEU) Grand Library is open 24 hours. Personnel management in the National Health Service, (Cuming, Maurice William. Bibliographical information (record 154258). Personnel management in the National Health Service /. Author: Cuming, Maurice William.

The United States Office of Personnel Management (OPM) is an independent agency of the United States Federal Government that manages the government's civilian workforce. The agency provides federal human resources policy, oversight and support,. The agency provides federal human resources policy, oversight and support, and tends to healthcare (FEHB) and life insurance (FEGLI) and retirement benefits (CSRS/FERS, but not TSP) for federal government employees, retirees and their dependents.

Planning, organizing, and administering all activities related to personnel. This concerns first of all fundamental changes in the role of management personnel in ensuring business sustainability, assessing its effectiveness and material incentives. This concerns first of all fundamental changes in the role of management personnel in ensuring business sustainability, assessing its effectiveness and material incentives View.

Other health service professions were also interested in management, albeit in a more direct way than the doctors .

Other health service professions were also interested in management, albeit in a more direct way than the doctors; following Salmon (see above), the Zuckerman (1968) and Noel Hall (1970) Reports recommended management career structures for scientists and technicians, and pharmacists respectively, employed in the NHS (Watkin, 1975, pp. 341-349). In the late 1960s and early 1970s specialist planners and personnel officers had been employed in response, respectively, to activity generated by the Hospital Plan (see above) and to increasing trends in unionisation and employment legislation (Barnard and Harrison, 1986, p. 1220).

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The Online Books Page. Browsing subject area: Personnel management (Include extended shelves) You can also browse an alphabetical list from this subject or from: Personnel management. Here are entered works on that field of management which has the fundamental responsibility for recruiting, hiring, training, compensating, developing and caring for the general welfare of employees. Works on the managing of employees by their supervisors so that duties are performed according to instructions are entered under Supervision of employees.

Cuming, M. W. (1975) The Theory and Practice of Personnel Management (3rd edn), London: Heinemann. Management in the National Health Service, Milton Keynes: Open University/Nuffield. Institute for Health Service Studies. Curtice, J. (1987) 'Interim report: party politics', in R. Jowell et al. (eds), British Social. The Condition of Postmodernity

Each of the four separate and independent public healthcare providers in the United Kingdom are collectively the National Health Service (NHS)

Each of the four separate and independent public healthcare providers in the United Kingdom are collectively the National Health Service (NHS). It includes the National Health Service in England, NHS Scotland, NHS Wales, and Health and Social Care in Northern Ireland. They were established together in 1948 as one of the major social reforms following the Second World War. The founding principles were that services should be comprehensive, universal and free at the point of delivery.