Spending on employee training remains stable

Carlson, Leah
February 2005
Employee Benefit News;2/1/2005, Vol. 19 Issue 2, p46
Discusses the findings of a report which emphasizes that corporate investments on employee training in the U.S. remains stable. Percentage accounted for technology-based training programs in 2004; Topics usually discussed in the training; Factor that influences business leaders to continuously invest in employee training programs; Reasons why employers use technology-based training.


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