Low on training

July 1998
Cabinet Maker;07/17/98, Issue 5097, p3
Trade Publication
Reports that a majority of small businesses in Great Britain think training programs are a waste of time and will not lead to a more skilled and productive workforce, according to a survey conducted by Barclays Bank.


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