Social Services in the Workplace: Rhetoric vs. Reality
The emergence of industry as an arena for social work practice warrants thoughtful study rather than rhetorical justification, the authors of this article caution. They present the results of one such study of the need for and nature of social services at the workplace. They also discuss questions the study raises for future consideration.
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Wyers, N. L., & Kaulukukui, M. (1984). Social Services in the Workplace: Rhetoric vs. Reality. Social Work, 29(2), 167–172. http://www.jstor.org/stable/23714431