Professional Development: Who Pays?

Doyle, Pat; Tindal, C. Richard
May 1986
Training & Development Journal;May86, Vol. 40 Issue 5, p94
Asserts that splitting the costs professional development courses, based on who benefits the most, may be the answer to this controversial issue. Flexibility of the employee interested in new skills or knowledge; Categories of precessional development; Variations on cost sharing.


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