Bridging Training and ROI (Part I of II)

April 2008
Supply House Times;Apr2008, Vol. 51 Issue 2, p171
Trade Publication
The article reports on the survey conducted by Susan Levering regarding the training practices of wholesale distributors in the U.S. Accordingly, the survey shows that 97% of the reporting companies said they perceived training and development activity as an investment rather than as an expense. Moreover, the paper also presented the survey of American Supply Association with respondents' reasons for providing training as well as the factors that can measure success in the training program.


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