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The first article described how the EITB employee relations training for managers project was undertaken and some of the conclusions which were reached. One of the key conclusions was that more emphasis should be given to incompany training. This second article describes material which is being...
Actions, not words are called for The well intentioned series of discussions, conferences and working parties set up in response to the declared need for greater mutual understanding between industry and education can produce conclusions, suggestions and recommendations, all of which will be to...
A great deal of literature exists on such topics as the problems and challenges of British manufacturing industry, on the need to encourage the growth of small firms, and on the urban planning activities of revitalizing sections of our cities with new industry and new housing projects. That...
In a consultative paper A Better Start in Working Life published jointly by former Secretaries of State for Employment, Education and Science, Industry, Scotland and Wales proposals are made for expanding vocational preparation for 16 to 18 year olds in or about to enter employment. Apart from...
In our previous article we introduced the concept of Assertiveness and identified some of the benefits that can follow from people in organisations becoming more assertive. In this article we move on to answer the question How do we go about training people to become more assertive We home in on...
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