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- Put teens to work. // Crain's New York Business;6/10/96, Vol. 12 Issue 24, p8
Opinion. Calls for businesses to help fill the gap created by the sharp reduction in federal funds for providing jobs for youth in New York City. Making tax-deductible contributions to the YES Commission; Providing summer jobs.
- Whose New Deal. Philpott, John // People Management;04/16/98, Vol. 4 Issue 8, p29
Opinion. Comments on the important aspects of the New Deal, a key to the British government's welfare-to-work strategy that gives the youth a chance to develop theirs skills and find work. Public spending for the initiative between 1998 and 2002; Variety of work and training options; Ways to...
- ANDRH Reports: HR in France. NIVAT-HENOCQUE, MATHILDE // Human Resources Magazine;Apr/May2014, Vol. 19 Issue 1, p16
Information about the Annual Conference of the National Association of Human Resources (HR) Directors (ANDRH) held in France in June 2013 is presented. The topics of the event include the professional training, youth employment and work-and-study programmes and the corporate social...
- Society's right to jobs. Hayes, James L. // Management Review;Jul81, Vol. 70 Issue 7, p2
Asserts that a job has become the most significant property right of modern times. Government's role in case the private sector does not generate enough jobs; Social responsibility of the private sector; Working as part of a group.
- Spend lags rhetoric in drive for CSR. Sudhaman, Arun // Media: Asia's Media & Marketing Newspaper;8/21/2008, p17
The article presents an overview about the standardization for social responsibility of business in Asia. The author cited that there is no company which embodies the shift better than Nike Inc. which, for 15 years, has been pummeled by attacks on labour policies that on production...
- EXISTING NATIONAL AND LOCAL PROGRAMS. // Congressional Digest;Dec63, Vol. 42 Issue 12, p293
Describes some of the programs and organizations which are concerned with youth employment or the related subject of school dropouts in the U.S. Manpower Development and Trainings; Industrial Cooperative Training Program; American Association of University Women; National Committee on...
- EMPLOYMENT OF SCHOOL AGE YOUTH OCTOBER 1973. // Monthly Labor Review;Oct74, Vol. 97 Issue 10, p66
Reports on the employment status of school age youth in the U.S. as of October 1973. Factors behind the increase in the number of out-of-school youth; Number of teenage students in the labor force; Implications on labor policy.
- Skills upgrade for New Deal. Meilton, David // Public Finance;01/14/2000, p11
Reports on Great Britain's launch of a ten-point revamp of its New Deal project, as part of an effort to reduce unemployment. Criticisms against the project; Reduction of long-term youth unemployment; Coverage of the revamped scheme; Development of outreach programs to promote youth employment.
- Chapter 5: Policies for youth employment: 5.1: Overview. // Global Employment Trends;Oct2015, p61
The article reports on policy options for investing in youth employment including employment and economic policies to boost job creation and improve access to finance, education and training to ease the school-to-work transition, and labor market policies aimed at potential young entrepreneurs.