Program Proposals for Manpower Policy

Weber, Arnold R.
February 1966
Monthly Labor Review;Feb66, Vol. 89 Issue 2, p130
Academic Journal
Details the U.S. government's strategies in national manpower policy. Expansion of on-the-job training; Establishment of a set of incentives for employers; Concentration on the comprehensive collection of extensive labor market information.


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