Tips for structuring workplace literacy programs

Tyler, Kathryn
October 1996
HR Magazine;Oct96, Vol. 41 Issue 10, p112
Offers tips for structuring workplace literacy programs. Literacy needs assessment; Benefits of literacy programs; Training development; Evaluation of program effectiveness. INSETS: Advice from literacy program experts.;Helpful resources..


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