Liberte, egalite and now employabilite

MacLachlan, Rob
December 1996
People Management;12/5/1996, Vol. 2 Issue 24, p16
Reports that Britain and France are facing many similar economic and employment problems. Main reasons why the United Kingdom's education and employment department were combined; Challenge for teachers and employers alike regarding the education and employment of people; Solutions of the two countries regarding their economic and employment problems.


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