Getting & Keeping a Job: Best Practices for Employment Retention and Advancement

Jul 01, 2010 | by
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Transitional Jobs (TJ) programs often measure their success by the number of their participants who are hired into unsubsidized jobs in the private labor market. But of course the ultimate objective is that graduates of TJ programs have the experience, skills, and support to stay in those jobs -- and be successful enough in the workplace to advance to better jobs with family-sustaining pay. This brief outlines tips to maximize success.