Tougher training targets win widespread support

Littlefield, David
May 1995
People Management;5/31/95, Vol. 1 Issue 11, p7
Deals with the support shown by players in the field of personnel management and development to the updated national education and training targets in the British government's competitiveness white paper. Changes in education and training targets; Amount allocated for the initiative; Information on the skill shortage in Great Britain.


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