Developing reliable data on training in industry

Somers, Gerald G.; Roomkin, Myron
February 1974
Monthly Labor Review;Feb74, Vol. 97 Issue 2, p33
Academic Journal
Focuses on the development of reliable data on occupational training in Wisconsin industries. Personal interviews with managerial personnel; Motivation to complete time-consuming questionnaire; Definition of on-the-job training.


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