Based on extensive survey data, this book presents the first comprehensive examination of public sector dual-career couples and the problems commonly faced by human resource managers in this area. In addition to providing guidance on legislative issues and judicial policies that affect the employment of dual-career couples, the authors explore strategies for resolving critical policy obstacles and integrating these employees into the workplace.
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