Breaching the Access Barrier: Developing and Retaining Talent at Palliser Furniture (2002)

The Conference Board of Canada's education and learning case studies series examines outstanding education and lifelong learning programs and initiatives. This case study focuses on the essential skills program at Palliser Furniture, a Winnipeg-based manufacturer of wooden and upholstered furniture. Pallister regards solid grounding in basic skills among its employees as fundamental to its business success and has developed a strong education and learning program. The company approaches employee training and development by helping to overcome barriers to workplace education. This case study looks at various aspects of this successful workplace learning program, including the program's development, challenges, keys to success and benefits for both employees and employers.

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2008-12-04
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The Conference Board of Canada. Breaching the Access Barrier: Developing and Retaining Talent at Palliser Furniture 2002. Web. 5 Jul. 2022 <http://en.copian.ca/library/research/cboc/palliser2/palliser2.pdf>
The Conference Board of Canada (2002). Breaching the Access Barrier: Developing and Retaining Talent at Palliser Furniture. Retrieved July 5, 2022, from http://en.copian.ca/library/research/cboc/palliser2/palliser2.pdf
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