Syedain, Hashi
October 2008
People Management;10/16/2008, Vol. 14 Issue 21, p22
The article presents a roundtable discussion on the employment of long-term unemployed people. Linda Holbeche, director of research and policy at the CIPD, commented on a survey on the re-employment of ex-offenders. Winston Castello, chief executive of Camden ITeC, explained that employing long-term unemployed people concerns personal skills and ability to work with colleagues. Ann Watt, deputy director of the Social Exclusion Task Force at the Cabinet Office, emphasized the relevance of support for employee and employer.


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