Users' views of Access to Work

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Users' views of Access to Work. / Thornton, P; Hirst, M; Arksey, H; Tremlett, N.

Sheffield : Employment Service, Sheffield. 2001, . (Research Summary).

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Thornton, P, Hirst, M, Arksey, H & Tremlett, N 2001, Users' views of Access to Work. Employment Service, Sheffield, Sheffield.

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Thornton, P., Hirst, M., Arksey, H., & Tremlett, N. (2001). Users' views of Access to Work. Sheffield: Employment Service, Sheffield.

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Thornton P, Hirst M, Arksey H, Tremlett N. Users' views of Access to Work. 2001.

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Thornton, P ; Hirst, M ; Arksey, H ; Tremlett, N. / Users' views of Access to Work. 2001. Sheffield : Employment Service, Sheffield. (Research Summary).

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