November 1997
People Management;11/20/97, Vol. 3 Issue 23, p13
Presents news related to training programs for employees in Great Britain. Prediction of a recurrence of the Training and Enterprise Council (Tec) fraud incident; Warning of the government that employers would have to increase their contributions to employees' further education bills; Employment opportunity for the homeless and the aged as information technology staff at CRT Group.


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