Company-based training vs. employees' aspirations

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Author: Dubois, Jean-Marie; Melnik-Olive, Ekaterina

Abstract:

Although employees in low-skilled jobs are as likely as any others to express an interest in receiving training, they actually submit significantly fewer applications for training. How can this gap be explained? The training and employee trajectory surveys (dispositif d'enquetes sur les formations et les itineraires des salaries/Defis) link companies' practices with their employees' career trajectories as well as the training they have received. The surveys thus provide a means of capturing employees' career aspirations in all their diversity. Two thirds of employees wish to receive...  [+] Show more

Subjects: Participation; Workforce development; Career development; Equity

Keywords: Continuing vocational education and training; Survey; Employers; Employees; Career goal; Aspirations; Organisational objective; Access to education and training

Geographic subjects: France; Europe

Published: Marseille, France: CEREQ, 2017

Physical description: [4] p.

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http://www.cereq.fr/publications/Training-and-employment/Company-based-training-vs.-employees-aspirations

Also called: Company-based training versus employees' aspirations

Journal title: Training and employment

Journal number: 130

Journal date: July-August 2017

ISSN: 1156-2366

Resource type: Article

Call number: TD/TNC 132.599

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