Employer perceptions of graduates from Hawaiʻi business education and office skills programs
William Broadbent, University of Hawaii (System). Office of the State Director for Vocational Education, University of Hawaii (System). State Board for Vocational Education
Office of the State Director for Vocational Education, State Board for Vocational Education, University of Hawaiʻi, 1997 - Business education graduates - 61 pages
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adequate attitude basic skills Business College business subjects central tendency Chart Comments Offered Regarding community college experience Community College Hires Company computer operations cooperative education criteria cultural curriculum employed persons Employment Outlook Employment Preparation Entry Level Management firms contacted focus high school graduates high school hires hire persons Hires Assessment Honolulu human resource specialists interpersonal skills involved lack Level Management Skills mainland Matrix Code Motivation O'ahu Occupation Title office skills programs opinion oral communication skills organizations OSDVE Outlook for Selected Overall rating participants percent felt percent found personal computers personnel placement Pre-Service Training principal investigator public community colleges quality communication rating Table Regarding High School Represented in Pre-Service Safety consciousness sample School counselors Secretarial Office Administration secretarial subjects successful applicants surplus of applicants Table 12 Teach technical knowledge Technology tended Total 50 Total Openings Openings Vocational Education workplace written communication skills