Addresses engagement with businesses and their perspectives on alternative staffing organization (ASO) services, which is a major issue for both ASOs and other workforce development organizations.
“This paper was based on the Alternative Staffing Demonstration I and II, two monitoring and evaluation studies conducted by the Center for Social Policy from 2005 through 2009 and 2008 through 2011. The first study focused on the operations of participating ASOs and their customer businesses. The second study focused on outcomes for workers who used ASO services to find employment and on customer businesses that filled jobs through these services” (p.2). (Abstractor: Author)