Features - Training's seat in the boardroom - Respect for training initiatives grows as senior management strategically links workforce development to the bottom line.
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Training : the magazine of manpower and management development. - New York, NY : Gellert Publ. Corp., ISSN 0095-5892, ZDB-ID 6125074. - Vol. 38.2001, 3, p. 90-97
Gale, Sarah Fister, (2001)
The bookstore battle - If you're trying to make your company stand out from your competitor, a look inside Borders and Barnes & Noble may be a good start. Each establishment operates with a different business philosophy and recruits employees with passions that support its unique niche. There are tattooed and pierced employees at Borders who know the cutting edge of fiction and world music. The ...
Gale, Sarah Fister, (2004)
THE INSIDER - RECRUITMENT & STAFFING - The scarlet "U" is fading - Some recruiters no longer view unemployed workers as undesirable. Companies have landed quality employees through partnerships with downsizing organizations.
Gale, Sarah Fister, (2003)
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