Many commentators today recommend that companies increase the educational level of their staff, but little attention has been paid to the effect that higher education may have on performance. This paper examines one aspect, namely differences in the information source contacts of staff with varying educational levels: more highly educated staff report similar levels of use of interpersonal sources of information, but use certain formal print sources of information (such as libraries) significantly more. Some implications of this are also explored.
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