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Most of Kazakhstan companies train their personnel04 марта 2013, 17:35

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67 percent of Kazakhstan’s companies train their employees, Tengrinews.kz reports citing a survey by
HeadHunter. According to the poll, 67 percent of the companies with under 50 and over 500 employees provide development and training for their personnel. Most frequently the companies send their employees to training elsewhere and only a quarter of the polled companies have their own training centers, personnel development departments or corporate universities. A majority of the companies train their employees free of charge (for the employees). One third of the companies with 300-500 employees hold back portions of the trained employees salaries during a set period of time to cover their training expenses. 75 percent of the companies with 100-300 and over 500 employees train personnel free of charge (for the personnel), but under a condition that the trained employees continue to work in the company for a certain period of time.

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