Many academics in the area of personnel management and industrial relations tend to take the problems that they are dealing with as given. This may not be too much of a problem when highly trained and perhaps overtly scholastic academics and their associates (eg econometricians and manpower planners) are currently providing the dominant framework in which many of these problems are to be tackled. But what is alarming is the increasing tendency to begin with the solution to the problem and then proceed to justify this as the answer to the problem with little or no analysis of its nature.
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