Government study says disabled workers likely to be held back

October 1999
Employee Benefit News;10/01/99, Vol. 13 Issue 11, p7
Reports on the findings of a United States (US) Department of Labor study about the employment of disabled people in the US. Likelihood of part-time and double employment; What should allow disabled employees to get necessary training; Proposed legislation to increase allowable income of disabled workers.


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