Introduction Historically the importance of human resources was long underestimated and the job of the HR departments in large corporations was mainly administrative Noe et. The term human resource management only arrived in the United States of America in the s. Previously companies mainly saw this function as an unimportant and inferior department, more and more corporations today are realizing the strategic value a good human resource management can have for the company, especially in service-driven western economies Noe et al.
The early versions of the receiver used more aluminum in the chassis and some early versions were painted with a "leatherette" finish paint properly called "Crackle Finish. The BC and BC are shortwave receivers with six frequency ranges that cover 1.
There are ten tubes used in the BC including the 5W4 rectifier tube used in the RA power pack that mounts internally.
No selectivity filter is used in the BC Audio output is generally Z ohms but may be set to Z ohms by moving a jumper inside later versions of the receiver. The LS-3 loudspeaker was commonly used with the BC receiver although a headset would allow copy of weaker signals.
Army communications set-up for local ground transmissions. The telephone box allowed interfacing a telephone contact through the BC transmitter. Note that the vernier dial locks are removed from all three receivers.
Fixed stations generally used two or more receivers paired with at least one BC transmitter. A typical Army station is shown in the photo to the left. Note that three BC receivers are utilized with an AC operated BC transmitter the RA power supply is barely visible under the transmitter table.
Most DC set-ups operated on 12vdc from vehicle battery-charger systems. BCN on Long Wave? I have a "rough-condition" receiver that had been painted "metallic" green.
I even had it on the work bench once but I lost interest when I saw some "hamster" rework inside. RecentlyI obtained another BC receiver that happened to have the scarce shock mount installed. This receiver seemed to be pretty original and virtually complete.
All will require some work and many require a full restoration in order to function correctly. The receiver is difficult to disassemble and this has saved many BCs and s from being modified too much by hams. Most hams preferred to modify the easy-to-work-on BCQ.
Most receivers will be missing the dial lock since this piece often times interfered with the rotation of the vernier knob. It's not unusual to do mostly a cosmetic restoration and have the receiver work with all original parts with the exception of the dual electrolytic filter capacitor located in the RA power pack.
Front Panel Dismounting - One of the common problems with any of this series of receivers was present on this BC That is, the plastic dial index that always seems to have warped, cracked and discolored to the point where it's no longer even transparent.
Luckily, I had an excellent condition replacement. Unfortunately, to install the index requires completely dismounting the front panel.
I say "unfortunately" because this task is unbelievably complicated by the Army's mechanical design that never seemed to even consider the possibility that the receiver might need to be disassembled someday. Besides the abnormal amount of front accessed screws there are three screws that mount from the backside of the panel that must be removed.
The two fuse holders must be unsoldered and removed.
All of the phone jacks and controls must have their mounting nuts removed. The wires to the dial lamps have to be unsoldered.
All of the wires going to the front panel "trunk" connector have to be unsoldered. The power input terminal strip has to be dismounted. All screw connections to Antenna and Ground connections have to be dismounted.
Knobs and control nuts must be removed. At this point, you'd think the front panel would easily come off, but not yet! The Fast Tuning gear has a pinned shaft that is flanged. You can't remove the front panel unless the gear and shaft are taken apart and that requires driving out the pin.The human resource architecture in Australia: Employment modes and human resource configurations.
International Colloquium on Creating Sustainable Organizations: The Human and Social Dimensions, Deakin Management Centre, Deakin University, Victoria, Australia. In this study we examined the characteristics of human capital as well as the human resource (HR) configurations used for employees in four different employment modes (knowledge-based employment.
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