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As employers becoming increasingly international in their outlook, it comes as little surprise that welfare-to-work programmes are themselves being shaped by multinational influences.
Writing off clients But there are fears that a new scheme set to replace the welfare-to-work programme for the long-term unemployed could lead to some providers writing off clients who require intensive, tailored and expensive support, and instead "cherry pick" clients who cost less to get into work.
Byline: TROY ANDERSON Staff Writer An independent agency conducting random, unannounced field visits of welfare-to-work participants' homes, employers and child-care providers could prevent about two-thirds of child-care fraud in Los Angeles County, prosecutors said Monday.
Welfare Reform Watch implied that the most effective welfare-to-work program included: (a) education, (b) job training, (c) job search, and (d) work experience ("Meeting the Promise of Welfare-to-Work," 1998).
Welfare-to-Work programs have become a valuable piece of communities nationwide.
has awarded the 2000 Hammer Award to the Secretary's Welfare-to-Work Decennial Project team: Goodwill Industries International, the U.
July 28 /PRNewswire/ -- As part of regional welfare-to-work efforts, the Metropolitan Transportation Commission (MTC) plans to allocate up to $5 million over the next three years to launch new and expanded transportation projects to help low-income Bay Area residents travel to jobs and necessary support services, such as child-care centers.
Unlike welfare-to-work programs that invested in individuals, the New Market Initiative is a return to place-based subsidy.