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White-collar jobs are in jeopardy as North Carolina companies engage in downsizing.
Taxation was a fact of life for the colonists as early as the 1600s. The main tax was the poll, or capitation, tax. However, as specific needs arose, taxes were levied for them. For example, in 1714-15, a tax paid for the Tuscarora War, and forts were built at Cape fear and Ocracoke with a eight-year tax levied in 1748.
This article develops the concept of future-hindsight as a focal point for the application of an Outcomes-Methods-Resources approach to strategic human resources planning in North Carolina. The argument is made that employee displacement problems caused by an increasing rate of technological change will worsen unless strategic planning processes are expanded to include human resources management with involvement of managers at all levels.