The training in market economy
AbstractThe present global economic situation led to a re-consideration of the place held by human resources professional formation and development within an organization and on a larger scale of the place that a country's labour force development and specialization should hold for overcoming the effects of the global economic crisis. First of all the formal education achieved in schools, highschools and universities should support the society's (at a macro level) and community's (at a micro level) efforts to reach economic and social progress and should act as a catalizator for progress, due to simplified curricula, adapted to the labour force demands and foreseeing global research trends and domanins. However, formal education is only the premises for human resources development in contemporary organizations; trainings are the ones which will make a difference between the human resources of different companies, due to the knowledge and abilities that are taught to employees.
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Length: 6 pages
Date of creation: 01 Jun 2009
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