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Too Many Agencies, Too Many Rules: Reforming Californiaís Civil Service
Too Many Agencies, Too Many Rules: Reforming California’s Civil Service
Our Price: $25.00
Year: 1995
Pages: 155
Binding Paperback

Product Code: 0788183524

Richard R. Terzian (ed). An examination of the Calif.ís personnel mgmt., which found that significant reforms are needed if Calif. govít. is going to respond efficiently to the changing needs of a growing population. Discusses 3 areas: (1) orgín. issues: overlaps in the civil service system, & the way that the Admin. Procedure Act hamstrings managers; (2) personnel mgmt. issues: centralized control hinders innovation; managers lack authority, leadership skills, incentives; discipline appeals; & tenure & automatic pay raises are obsolete; & (3) labor-mgmt. issues: state managers are constrained from contracting out; & reforms will require cooperation.

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