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Reasons for Employer Non-Participation in Manpower Training Programs for the Disadvantaged

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On-the-job training has become one of the federal government's most current methods of aiding the disadvantaged worker. However, a major problem in implementation is the recruiting of employers who will take part in the programs. The authors of this article present the results of a nationwide study, conducted to determine the underlying reasons for employer non-participation.

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1971-11-01

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employer participation; disadvantaged workers; training programs

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Required Publisher Statement: © Wolters Kluwer Legal & Regulatory US. Reprinted with permission. All rights reserved. Final version published as: Fottler, M. D., Drotning, J. E., & Lipsky, D. B. (1971). Reasons for employer non-participation in manpower training programs for the disadvantaged. Labor Law Journal, 22(11), 708-712.

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