TITLE

To train or not to train

AUTHOR(S)
Dubie, Denise
PUB. DATE
July 2000
SOURCE
Network World;07/17/2000, Vol. 17 Issue 29, p41
SOURCE TYPE
Trade Publication
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
Discusses benefits to be derived by companies from keeping their employees up to date on technologies. Network World Salary Survey showing that high technology employees value training, professional development, challenging work and access to technologies; Importance of how well the employer treats the employee in all aspects; Need for employees to be appreciative when a company invests in its staff.
ACCESSION #
3355644

 

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