Economic Adjustment and Worker Dislocation in a Competitive Society: Report of the Secretary of Labor's Task Force on Economic Adjustment and Worker Dislocation
United States. Secretary of Labor's Task Force on Economic Adjustment and Worker Dislocation, Malcolm Read Lovell
The Task Force, 1986 - Employees - 189 pages
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abolished Adjustment and Worker adjustment assistance adjustment process advance general notice advance notice benefits census characteristics closure Cohort committee competitive costs countries Data days of notice displaced workers early retirement Economic Adjustment effective employers Employment Service evaluation Fabricated Metal federal firms income maintenance Industrial Adjustment Service Initial claims JAY FOREMAN job creation programs job loss job search JTPA July-December 1985 labor force labor-management larger corporate entity length of separation lost job manufacturing establishments mass layoff million Nonmanufacturing notification Number Average days Number of establish occupations OECD participation percent permanent layoffs plant closings positions or shifts private sector problem Products reemployed relocation Richard McKenzie Secretary of Labor skills slack specific notice structural change subsidies survey Table Task Force tenure training programs union wage West North Central Wisconsin Worker Dislocation workforce reductions