Encouraging small firms to invest in training: learning from overseas

Encouraging small firms to invest in training: learning from overseas
Document type
Report
Author(s)
Stone, Professor Ian
Publisher
UKCES
Date of publication
10 March 2010
Subject(s)
People management: all aspects of managing people
Collection
Business and management
Material type
Reports

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The UK Commission is currently engaged in a transnational programme of activity with the OECD that seeks to identify ways of overcoming barriers to workforce development in small and medium enterprises (SMEs). The study is collecting evidence at a local and regional level on SMEs and their training activities in a number of OECD countries (including the UK) and will report in summer 2010. We hope that, alongside this edition of Praxis, this work will contribute to a wider debate about policy responses to the specific skills needs of small firms.

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