Employers will be the ones to suffer from failure to train staff

November 2001
Marketing Event;Nov/Dec2001, p17
Reports on the effects of not training employees as of November 2001. Findings of the 2001 'Marketing Event' periodical salary and lifestyle survey; Advantages of training employees; Information on views of employees on training.


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