Study Concerning Professional Training Offer In The Romanian Companies Involving In Textile And Clothing Sector
At the present time, a very important issue is the employment problem in manufacture industry, especially in textile and clothing industry. This sector is very important for our country because it contributes almost with 20% from the Romanian total export and absorbs 1/5 from the total employment in Romanian industry. Technological development and growing competition on the market ask for continuous improvement of knowledge and skills of the employees, not only for securing their work places but also for increasing the companies’ competitiveness and economic development of the society. The present paper aims to analyze the employers’ attitudes concerning continuous professional training and the participation to such programs. For this analysis data were collected based on questionnaires and were processed with SPSS 11.0 software.
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