Year

1993

DOI

10.17848/9780585246093

Abstract

Hollenbeck, using a combined qualitative/quantitative approach, estimates the linkage between workplace literacy programs and the reason for their existence - increased productivity requirements. He utilizes in-depth case studies as well as a large database to look at the costs and benefits of such programs, also the determining factors for why firms choose to implement literacy programs.

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Contents

  1. An Introduction to Workplace Literacy Programs
  2. Workplace Literacy Programs in an Economics Framework
  3. A Project to Examine Workplace Literacy Programs in Small and Medium-Sized Michigan Firms
  4. Extent of Basic Skills Deficiencies and Incidence of Workplace Literacy Programs
  5. Attributes of Programs and Workers Who Participate in Them
  6. Impacts of Workplace Literacy Programs
  7. Summary of Findings and Policy Recommendations

ISBN

9780880991469 (cloth) ; 9780880991452 (pbk) ; 9780585246093 (ebook)

Subject Areas

EDUCATION; Postsecondary education; Adult education; WORKFORCE DEVELOPMENT; On the job training; Employer provided training; Job skills and standards

Classrooms in the Workplace: Workplace Literacy Programs in Small- and Medium-Sized Firms

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Hollenbeck, Kevin. 1993. Classrooms in the Workplace: Workplace Literacy Programs in Small- and Medium-Sized Firms. Kalamazoo, MI: W.E. Upjohn Institute for Employment Research. https://doi.org/10.17848/9780585246093

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