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LEAD Center Policy Brief: Summary of Major Policies Included in Titles I and IV of the Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act
LEAD CenterOn July 22, 2014, President Obama signed into law the Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act (WIOA) (Public Law No. 113-128). The LEAD Center has created a summary of the major amendments to Titles...
Best Practices in Employee Retention and Return-to-Work: An In-Depth Look Inside an Exemplary American Corporation
LEAD CenterODEP and the LEAD Center studied best practices at a large, successful U.S. corporation to learn about and document effective retention and return-to-work policies and practices.
Many people with developmental disabilities believe that they aren’t eligible for American Job Center (AJC) services or that the services won’t accommodate their needs.
These presentation slides accompanied a LEAD Center session of the same title during the 2014 TASH Conference. The session provided an overview of the role of service providers, parents, supports...
These presentation slides accompanied a LEAD Center session of the same title during the 2014 TASH Conference.
LEAD CenterThe November 2014 update features stories on a DOL temporary delay of a home care worker final rule, new APA toolkits for Medicaid mental health services, a new report on the most and least...