Professional Personnel for the City of New York: Report of the Study of Professional, Technical, and Managerial Manpower Needs of the City of New York

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Index
Administration, Division of, 2, 240n, 242, 243
Administrators. See Managerial personnel
Advancement. See Promotions
Advertising for personnel: commercial lists available for, 99; larger budget for needed, 98; mailing recruitment materials to special groups, 98-99; recommendations for increasing volume and attractiveness of, 98-99
Age distribution of employees: flow of from lower supervisory to high-level jobs, 34; by grade levels in selected occupations, 34, 35; need for recruitment of younger employees, 37; problem of replacement at retirement, 2-3, 34
"Aide" positions in use of manpower, 20
American Management Association study of industrial salaries, 254
American Nurses Association on shortages in professional nursing positions, 23
American Society of Planning Officials, data on top-level salaries, 259
Anderson, James K., 19
Applicants: education and experience requirements, 146-48; failures of competent candidates to pass tests, 150; "inside" experience vs. "outside," 147; rejection of well-qualified candidates, 146; rulings on college credits, 147; slow selection process, 153
Application office for City employment: announcements poorly displayed, 97; comparison with federal and New York State offices, 97; improvements recommended, 97-98; lack of counseling, 97; an unattractive place, 97
APT (administrative, professional, and technical personnel), 287
Automation, increase in and demand for new skills, 16
"Benchmark" positions: comparative salary tables for, 413-32; examinations for, 156; salary comparisons, 248-52
Blue Cross hospital plan: for employee or insured members of his family, 278-79; part-time employees ineligible for, 126, 127
Board of Estimate, 69, 229, 259, 266
Bransford, Thomas L., 187n
Brookings staff interviews: categories and number of persons interviewed, 328
Budget. See Bureau of the Budget
Budget controls. See Fiscal controls
Budget and staffing for recruiting in Department of Personnel: comparison with State of California budget and staff, 95, 96; recommendations for, 95-96
Bureau of the Budget: allocation standards used in, 221; authority over salary rates, 3; control over filling positions detrimental to getting and keeping skilled personnel, 74; delays in approval for provisional appointments, 20; delays in approval for scheduling examinations, 158; denial of requests for training opportunities, 302, 303, 304, 308; duplication of

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