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A comparative perspective on training in Europe: French companies hit a glass ceiling

Abstract : Since 2005, European companies’ training effort has been growing and practices have been diversifying. French companies, which were initially among those providing the most training, have shown great stability over time, having for the most part retained a model based on classroom-based training. The act on “The Freedom to Choose One’s Professional Future” (la loi Avenir professionnel), which has given companies an opportunity to introduce new practices, could make it easier for employees to maintain their competencies in adverse economic conditions.
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Agnès Checcaglini, Isabelle Marion-Vernoux. A comparative perspective on training in Europe: French companies hit a glass ceiling. Training & Employment, Centre d'études et de recherches sur les qualifications (Céreq), 2020, 148, 4 p. ⟨halshs-02975461⟩

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