Measuring employability in public workforce systems: an alternative approach. La bibliografia

Pubblichiamo di seguito la bibliografia completa dell’articolo “Measuring employability in public workforce systems: an alternative approach”, scritto da Brian Holland sul numero di Settembre-Ottobre 2020 di Sviluppo&Organizzazione.


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Holland B. (2019), “The design and uses of an employability index to evaluate the vertical workforce development process”, New Horizons in Adult Education and Human Resource Development, 31(2), 41-59. 

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Hong P.Y.P., Choi S. and Key,W. (2018), Psychological self-sufficiency: A bottom-up theory of change in workforce development”, Social Work Research, 42(1), 22-32. 

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Naemi B., Burrus J., Kyllonen P.C. and Roberts R.D. (2012), “Building a case to develop noncognitive assessment products and services targeting workforce readiness at ETS”, Research Memorandum RM-12-23, Princeton, NJ: Educational Testing Service (ETS). 

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L’articolo integrale è pubblicato sul numero di Settembre-Ottobre 2020 di Sviluppo&Organizzazione.

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