August 2010
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Business Education Under the Microscope: Applying Six Sigma to Workplace Training

Sunday, August 15, 2010

In 2008, the United States spent an estimated $134 billion on employee training. Employers train employees for improving job skills, career advancement, industry certifications, and the quality of life of their employees, among other reasons. Employers presume a return on their investment in the form of more qualified employees or employees with a more positive attitude toward their job and organization. The last thing an employer wants is to spend money that does not result in some benefit for

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