Evaluating the Job Network
Early indicators of performance of Job Network, in which nearly all public employment services were contracted out to private or community organisations, are reviewed. It is argued that evidence to date suggests that, in terms of vacancy and placement numbers, the Job Network is outperforming the Co...
|Main Author:||Dockery, AM|
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|Data of publication:||1999|
|Online Access:||available in Bonn?|
|Database:||Database information not found
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