Investment, not Cost

Fox, David
March 2010
Process Engineering;Mar/Apr2010, Vol. 91 Issue 2, p16
Trade Publication
The article discusses the deterioration of the international workshop skills in Great Britain. The author states that it is well documented in a report and warned that it will worsen by 2020. He asserts that business leaders must stop relying on financial help from the government and recognise that investment in training is be part of a successful business. He believes that improving the skills of employees does more than pay of itself and have positive impact on the company's bottom line.


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