A tool to help track employment trends.
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In every aspect, globalization and the Internet have rapidly changed the century’s first decade. Consequently, the 21st century’s second decade will reshape the way jobs, benefits and labor law are perceived. Departments of human services, and the attorneys working for and with them, will have to know not only what the law presently requires, but also how the law will apply to fast-changing trends. Developing new policies, constructing appropriate training, and anticipating legislative and case law directions are just a few examples of what departments will need to address. During the present period of
Pollack, Daniel. (August 2011). A tool to help track employment trends. Policy & Practice 69(4): 35.
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