The Struggle to Sustain Employment: The Effectiveness of the Postemployment Services Demonstration
AbstractFinal report from the first rigorous study of four employment retention programs shows that broad case-management approaches alone are unlikely to promote employment success. Notes that future program designs may need to explore more structured services, incentives for participants, or stronger ties with employers.
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