in my opinion

Sayer, Su
September 2011
Management Today;Sep2011, p64
Trade Publication
In this article the author discusses the means to improve the training of employees in Great Britain. He notes that business leaders can easily say that staff are the biggest asset but the said statement should be supported by proper investment and well-planned development strategy. He mentions that technology has been used to assure training results. He cites that investment in training is left futile if there is no employee-friendly working approach.


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