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Employment Law Developments

By The National Employment Law Project

In 1994, the poor and the unemployed and their families continued to face an economy marked by too few jobs at living wages. This article reports on developments in unemployment compensation, job training, employment discrimination, and other fields of employment law, as well as proposals to address abuses associated with "contingent" work.

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