Creative Training: Doing More With Less

Gale, Sarah Fister
October 2001
Workforce;Oct2001, Vol. 80 Issue 10, p82
Focuses on the approaches used by several companies in training employees during the economic downturn in the United States. How the training department of Xchange Inc. dealt with the challenges presented by the cost-cutting measures implemented by the company; Decision of Nordenia USA company to develop training programs to help facilitate future expansions; Approach used by Analog Devices Inc. to cope with its training needs during the economic downturn.


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