Changes in Office Work Force Leading to Employee Shortages

September 1982
Training & Development Journal;Sep82, Vol. 36 Issue 9, p13
Reports on topics discussed at an executive briefing sponsored by the Administrative Management Society Foundation in San Francisco, California, to inaugurate the first part of a research study entitled 'Managing the Office--1990 and Beyond.' Predicted shortage in the number of qualified people willing to take office clerical jobs; Possible impact of automated office technology on employment.


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