December 2011
People Management;Dec2011, p15
News briefs on employee training and development in Great Britain are presented. A survey by the organization Unionlearn indicates that employees with dyslexia are less likely to enter employee training programs. The Chartered Institute of Personnel & Development said that improving job and management skills would increase labor productivity. The government announced a program to recruit and train an additional 10,000 business mentors.


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