Recruitment to Skilled Trades

Recruitment to Skilled Trades

Recruitment to Skilled Trades

Recruitment to Skilled Trades

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The research on which this book is based was carried outwith the aid of a grant made available under the Conditional Aid Scheme for the use of Counterpart Funds derived from United States Economic Aid; and I am glad to have this opportunity to express my gratitude for this assistance.

My thanks are due also to a very large number of people who answered written enquiries or who gave valuable time out of busy working days to personal interviews. They are too numerous for it to be possible to name each individually; but this enquiry could not have been completed without the co-operation of personnel managers and apprentice masters all over the country, principals and staffs of technical colleges, secretaries of trade unions and employers' associations and officials of government departments who have given me generously of their time and knowledge. My thanks are no less warm for being offered collectively.

I should like also to express my appreciation of the helpgiven me throughout the three years taken by the enquiryby my research assistant, Mr. John Hopson, and my secretaryMrs. Doreen Edgar, without whose unflagging co-operation,the task would have been much more burdensome than itwas.

GERTRUDE WILLIAMSBedford College,Fuly 1957 . . .

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