The `pay-forward' view of training

Lee, Richard
February 1996
People Management;02/08/96, Vol. 2 Issue 3, p30
Describes the results of a preliminary research looking at the financial returns of training programs. Short-term and long-term benefits of the program; Basis of the training program of Frizzell Financial Services; Factors which enabled the Frizzell program to produce financial benefits. INSET: Organisational training maturity: Issues for HRD..


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