February 1974
Monthly Labor Review;Feb74, Vol. 97 Issue 2, p65
Academic Journal
Examines the reactions of employers and trade-unions to selected foreign training practices in the U.S. apprenticeship system. Preference for innovations with greatest net economic inducement to expand apprenticeship; Shift in burden of paying for training from employer to public; Establishment of national technical assistance and research program comparable to consulting agencies in Germany and Great Britain.


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