Manpower Policies and the Disadvantaged
ARMY WAR COLL CARLISLE BARRACKS PA
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The paper discusses the thrust of manpower policies that have been enacted with a significant segment of the population as the target group, the disadvantaged. The history of manpower policy in the United States is briefly reviewed as are some of the more important pieces of legislation. This leads to a discussion of programs in being, followed by a section on barriers to employment which the disadvantaged must surmount. Finally,the paper evaluates present manpower policy and concludes that the problem has been recognized, but that new legislation is required to correct all of the ailments of the many programs.
- Personnel Management and Labor Relations