A new contribution to the debate on the evolution of European employment and social models. These models need to adjust to meet new challenges, including globalization, ageing societies, and new governance approaches at national, EU and international level. This book explores these issues through the experiences of nine EU countries.
59 pages of job hunting information without the fluff. Ideal for any new grad whether it be high school, trade school, vocational school, junior college, or college. "Employment Guide for the Recent Graduate" was written for anyone who is completing an educational program and is seeking their first professional job. The book covers the usual material a job seeking skills book does. However the approach to writing resumes, finding and contacting potential employers, and practicing interview techniques is quite different and much simpler than what other books propose. Another factor that makes this work stand out is the inclusion of a straight forward section on how to cope with rejection. There are also tips regarding available employer incentives for job seekers and information about post hire forms to complete.
This book identifies and analyzes the various ways in which office automation will have an impact on the future of clerical employment in the banking and insurance industries over the period 1985-2000. By focusing on how office automation could affect both aggregate levels of clerical employment and the nature of clerical tasks, the book offers readers a rich and detailed basis for their thinking and action concerning office automation. It also presents a newly developed forecasting method that can be used by analysts and researchers to investigate in detail the potential effects that rapidly changing technologies could have on work and workers.
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