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Personnel and productivity

, : Personnel and productivity. Current issues in leisure services Looking ahead in a time of transition: 45-74

The first of the 3 papers in this section, Legal and social aspects of personnel selection (McKinney, pp.45-53), describes the legal and social issues surrounding public personnel selection; presents a field experiment that demonstrates options in the selection decision; and discusses empirical questions and legislative requirements that affect personnel selection in public park and recreation agencies.

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