Leaping limits

Abernathy, Donna J.
January 1999
Training & Development;Jan99, Vol. 53 Issue 1, p62
Focuses on the United States Congress' decision to raise the number of visas for skilled technology workers. Senator Spencer Abraham's support for the legislation; Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers-USA President John Reinert's opposition to the legislation.


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