Youth Workplace Education Campaign and Needs Assessment (1997)

An organization may have employees who lack the necessary basic skills (i.e. reading, writing, numeracy, problem solving, communication, and decision making) or job-specific skills. As well, the number of young entrants into the labour market is expected to decrease by 25% during the nineties. Organizations must therefore deal with the issue of workplace education if they wish to remain competitive. For Canada's workforce, lifelong learning and investment in employees are essential for survival.

This is the final report of a project aimed at:
1) increasing awareness of workplace education throughout the Saskatoon business community,
2) supporting youth and assisting them to become increasingly valued employees, and
3) assessing the need for workplace education programs from both the employer and employee perspectives.

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