On the Job Training is Often a Picnic

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On the Job Training is Often a Picnic
LAKSHMAN PURIHELLA, Accountant, Saudi Arabia, Member
I observe in most of the companies, training is given only to the privileged. If there are 20 people in a project, only a few of them go for the training. Practically, they go like a picnic, enjoy the hospitality of the training programme and just circulate a powerpoint presentation (some may not even do that). (...) Read more? Sign up for free

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Muhammad Maqsood Khalid, Govt Service, Pakistan, Member
  Backed up by my 5 years experience as a trainer, I endorse the views of lakshman purihella about ojt as a picnic.

   
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On the Job Training is Often a Picnic


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