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Factors in the attraction and retention of a workforce with reference to the Fyshwick area, A.C.T. : a report / prepared by the Fourth Year Management Certificate Students, Canberra Technical College
Bib ID 1224345
Format BookBook
Author
Canberra Technical College. Fourth Year Management Certificate Students, 1972
 
Description Canberra : Canberra Technical College, 1972 
78 leaves in various pagings : graphs, tables ; 29cm. 
ISBN 0950092924 (spiral binding)
Notes

At head of title: 1972 management certificate. 4th year students research project.

Subjects Industries. Personnel management. Attraction & retention. Study regions: Canberra. Fyshwick.  |  Industries -- Personnel management.  |  Fyshwick (A.C.T.) -- Industries.

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