Investing in people: Intermediate Labour Markets as pathways to employment24 August 2007
The Brotherhood’s approach, also used effectively overseas, is to use an Intermediate Labour Market (ILM) as a bridge between long-term unemployment and the mainstream labour market.
This research report presents initial findings about the effectiveness of the Brotherhood’s ILM programs, drawing on interviews with staff and participants and also proposing a framework for a cost–benefit analysis.
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ISBN 978 1 876250 80 5
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