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Approaches to Skills 0bsolescence
Retraining Pressure Shifting To Middle
Executives Confident In Work Force
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0nly a little 0ver ability to learn American paradox American work force Attitude Toward Retraining believe displaced workers concerned about losing Corporate Retraining Program Crucial For Retraining Deals with Skills DK/NA Employee's employees work separately excellent quality standards Existing personnel fear of change find new employment Fortune 1500 firms Forty-two percent 42 HRDs say human resources directors inclined toward retraining influenced by technological internal programs interviewing job loss learn new skills losing their jobs majority Management and employees manufacturing companies middle managers number of employees Number of respondents participatory management percent say positions that required positively inclined Private Industry Councils private vocational schools required additional training Research & Forecast's Resistant Even Mix resistant to retraining Retraining Positive Resistant Retraining Program Internal Retraining workers role in re-entering secretarial/clerical workers Section skills obsolescence Switched employees Switched some employees Table technological and economic technological changes today's two-year community colleges upgraded vendors Vocational Education