Corporate programs for the hard-core unemployed: the elements of success

Burns, James M.
April 1974
Advanced Management Journal (03621863);Spring74, Vol. 39 Issue 2, p45
Academic Journal
Explores the factors that have enabled some companies to succeed in retaining and promoting the chronically unemployed. Elements in the environment of the firm that could be helpful; Design of an organizational unit that was responsible for the program for unemployed; Development of formal support devices; Components of the informal support system for the economically disadvantaged worker.


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