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Pre-Employment Training Cuts Time-Wasting


Learning solutions provider, Thomson NETg is calling on businesses to get graduates up to speed before they start employment.

According to the firm, an entire week is wasted getting graduates up to speed. Thomson NETg suggest a pre-training programme including an introduction to the basics of the job including desktop skills and office inductions.

“Graduate intakes form the lifeblood of many companies as they bring fresh skills and spirit to the work environment,” said Mike Summers, director of Thomson NETg.

“However, they come to the corporate world crammed with business theory but minimal real-life work experience. It’s no surprise that this is a shock to the system and can lead to an induction period that takes far longer than many employers would hope for.”


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