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|Title:Inmates as Labour Pool: A Case of Inter-organizational CollaborationYear: 2020|
Authors: Sonal Shree, Yogesh Brahmankar and Ardhendu Shekhar Singh
Businesses grapple with mounting costs of accessing labour pools for recruitment. At the same time, the jail administrations struggle to find recruiters for a skilled group of convicts. Can collaboration help? It is in this light that the case focusses on the prison system in India and the provision of training and employment within the jail premises. The jail industries serve the dual role of production and training units for convicts and equip them with the necessary skills to help them earn wages as their source of livelihood for the present as well as to secure their future.
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