ERIC Number: ED117467
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1975-Nov-30
Reference Count: 0
The Role of the Public Employment Service 1975-1985. Final Report.
Interstate Conference of Employment Security Agencies, Inc., Washington, DC.
The conference report focuses on three problem areas: the role and objectives of the employment service in meeting society's needs; Federal, State, and local responsibilities and relationships in public employment service; and financing the public employment service. The report contains workshop reports on each of the three problem areas presented by Charles E. Odell, Mary A. Hallaren, and Curtis Aller. The body of the report (121 pages) consists of addresses and papers presented by: Jacob Clayman, J. S. Craiger, Edward L. Cushman, and Eli Ginzberg discussing the first problem area; William L. Heartwell, Thomas C. Maloney, Philip J. Rutledge, and Nathaniel L. Semple discussing the second problem area; and Geraldine M. Beideman, Leonard Lesser, and Henry Rothell discussing the third problem area. In addition, William H. Kolberg keynoted with a speech on Mandates and Issues Confronting the Public Employment Service, and Beatrice G. Reubens discussed the employment service in foreign countries. Edited concluding statements of William B. Lewis, Murray Comarow, F. J. Walsh, and William H. Kolberg are also included in the report. Appendixes covering 30 pages include the conference agenda, points considered in preparation of formal papers, a summary of organizations participating, a list of participants, and "Jobs"--a description of a film presentation. (JR)
Publication Type: Reports - Research
Education Level: N/A
Sponsor: Manpower Administration (DOL), Washington, DC.
Authoring Institution: Interstate Conference of Employment Security Agencies, Inc., Washington, DC.
Note: Joint Conference of the U.S. Department of Labor, Manpower Administration, and the Interstate Conference of Employment Security Agencies, Inc. (Chicago, Illinois, April 22-24, 1975)