Maintaining a Competitive Workforce: Employee-Based Training in the Canadian Economy
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Written by Derek Hum.
Published by the Institute for Research on Public Policy, 1996.
|While Canada achieves a high ranking worldwide in terms of
"education" - that is, classroom-based formal schooling - it is not as diligent
about non-traditional, employer-based training. The authors suggest that
continuous learning using such a system is desirable, and provide an insightful
discussion of the role that employer-based training plays in determining both
Canada's competitive global position and the development of government
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