Doctor of Philosophy (PhD)
First Committee Member
Gerald E. Goll
Number of Pages
This study explored the workplace needs of welfare recipients in their transition from welfare to work, and the willingness of housekeeping managers and supervisors to provide workplace accommodations that could enhance the probability of a successful transition to self-sufficiency. Personal interviews and two separate survey questionnaires were used to survey employers and welfare recipients in an attempt to explore several research questions. Questions focused on the respective needs of employers and welfare recipients, and on each group's perceptions of the other group. This exploratory study was supported by a literature review and survey techniques. Data was subjected to appropriate statistical analysis in order to generate conclusions and formulate hypotheses for future research.
Accommodations; Classifications; Exploratory; Housekeeping; Participants; Personal Responsibility And Work Opportunitiy Reconciliation; Welfare; Welfare-to-work; Work
Labor economics; Sociology; Public administration
University of Nevada, Las Vegas
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Jones, Terry Kent, "An exploratory study of accommodations provided to welfare -to -work participants in housekeeping classifications" (1999). UNLV Retrospective Theses & Dissertations. 3078.
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