Clough, Bert
March 2011
Workplace Learning & Skills Bulletin;Spring2011, Issue 11, p19
The article discusses investment by employers in the development of their workforce. It states that in the scenario of cuts in government funding, employers have to invest for adult-learning to improve their productivity, competitiveness and social inclusiveness. It mentions that collective learning funds are supported by agreement between management and the unions and delivered through joint union learning committee.


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