December 2004
Adults Learning;Dec2004, Vol. 16 Issue 4, p5
Presents the result of a national survey on the reliability of employers in taking the responsibility for improving the skills of their workforce conducted by the Association of Colleges in Great Britain. Percentage of respondents who favored imposing fines to companies which fail to train workers; Reason of respondents for believing that they need to upgrade their skills.


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