“A Job Worth Training For” Pamphlet
United States c. 1950
This circa 1950 publication distributed to U.S. Department of State employees emphasizes the importance of training in achieving the overall goals of the agency. Required training included: introduction to the Department for new employees, formal class instruction at FSI, on the job training by supervisors, intern programs, and counseling for outside educational opportunities. The signature of Deputy Undersecretary of State for Management at the time, John E. Peurifoy, is on the first page.
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