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Effective Case Management Key Elements and Practices from the Field


  • Elizabeth Laird
  • Pamela Holcomb


This issue brief provides examples of key elements and practices for effective case management in the workforce system. It provides examples of state and local tools, processes, and policies designed to create or improve case management, and includes an annotated list of additional resources.

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  • Elizabeth Laird & Pamela Holcomb, 2011. "Effective Case Management Key Elements and Practices from the Field," Mathematica Policy Research Reports f36c58dc345a4782bc8088219, Mathematica Policy Research.
  • Handle: RePEc:mpr:mprres:f36c58dc345a4782bc8088219e50ce78

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    Case Management Key Elements Workforce System Labor;

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    • J - Labor and Demographic Economics


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