This book describes the evolution of labor exchange policy in the United States, summarizes the major findings about the effectiveness of labor exchange services, and offers reflections on the future for labor exchange policy. In addition, the contributors provide an international perspective on job brokerage functions and a discussion on the appropriate role for governments in helping job seekers and employers make the proper job match.
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Papers presented at a conference held at Brook Lodge in Augusta, Mich. during Sept. 2002
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WORKFORCE DEVELOPMENT; Labor exchange
Balducchi, David E., Randall W. Eberts, and Christopher J. O'Leary, eds. 2004. Labor Exchange Policy in the United States. Kalamazoo, MI: W.E. Upjohn Institute for Employment Research. https://doi.org/10.17848/9781417550005
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