YT alternative comes out of the shadows

Welch, Jilly
May 1996
People Management;5/30/1996, Vol. 2 Issue 11, p12
Focuses on the Labour Party's proposal that employers should carry the greater responsibility of training Britain's 16-25 years old. Funds for the project; Benefits for the employers; Possible outcome of the failure to implement the proposal.


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