The ROI of Training, Part III -- You Can't Argue with Logic

June 2008
Supply House Times;Jun2008, Vol. 51 Issue 4, p136
Trade Publication
The article offers information on rate of return in employee training. It offers a list of high-impact areas that affects the company. It is said that the company's profitability can be affected by the behavior and skills of the team members. It is suggested that companies must invest on training for the most valuable resource, their employees.


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