Conference round-up

December 1996
People Management;12/5/1996, Vol. 2 Issue 24, p16
Focuses on some of the problems in employment. Comments of Yves Lasfargue, director of CREFAC, a training institute for professional workers, about the limitations of employees' obligations to their works; Traditional distinction between academic, vocational and work-based learning.


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