Accession Number : ADA182743
Title : Manning the 600-Ship Navy.
Descriptive Note : Final summary rept. Mar 84-Jul 85,
Corporate Author : CENTER FOR NAVAL ANALYSES ALEXANDRIA VA NAVAL PLANNING MANPOWER AND LOGISTICS DIV
Personal Author(s) : Marcus,Alan J
PDF Url : ADA182743
Report Date : Dec 1985
Pagination or Media Count : 48
Abstract : This study summarizes a series of projects designed to improve the Navy's ability to set manpower requirements and to develop cost effective compensation policies to fill these requirements. The analyses included several efforts to improve the methodology used to define manpower requirements. A computer model was designed to help in the analysis of the impact of changes in the size of the fleet on requirements at the individual billet level. Development of methodologies to assess the potential for civilian substitution and to define test score and educational requirements for accessions was also completed. The impact of personal characteristics and Navy training on the performance of enlisted personnel was the subject of two separate research efforts. Finally, the effects of compensation policy on high-quality personnel and of sea pay on hard-to-fill sea intensive billets were the subjects of two studies of retention behavior. Keywords: 600-ship Navy, Billets, Compensation, Enlisted personnel, Manning, Mathematical analysis, Mental ability, Methodology, Naval personnel, Navy, Ratings, Recruiting, Recruits, Retention, Sea pay, Training.
Descriptors : *MANPOWER, *SHIP PERSONNEL, *NAVAL PERSONNEL, BEHAVIOR, BILLETS(MATERIALS), CIVILIAN PERSONNEL, COMPENSATION, COMPUTERIZED SIMULATION, COSTS, EDUCATION, ENLISTED PERSONNEL, FLEETS(SHIPS), HIGH RATE, MATHEMATICAL ANALYSIS, MENTAL ABILITY, METHODOLOGY, NAVAL TRAINING, POLICIES, QUALITY, RECRUITING, RECRUITS, REQUIREMENTS, SUBSTITUTES, COST EFFECTIVENESS, PERSONNEL RETENTION
Subject Categories : Personnel Management and Labor Relations
Distribution Statement : APPROVED FOR PUBLIC RELEASE