Kubicek, Margaret
April 2003
Training Magazine;Apr2003, p6
Trade Publication
Presents views of several British executives on the role of training professional in overturning the shortfall in productivity. Cost factor in vocational training; Importance of reviewing employee's performance in a positive light for productivity; Prospect of center-lining training in productivity improvement.


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