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    Training Due to a Lack of Legal Knowledge

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    To combat the lack of legal knowledge by team members, should the employer provide discussion/training to educate employees on legal issues, is this training an expensive extra financial burden to the employer or should the employees be required to pay out of their pockets to go to training to help defray the costs?

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    Employees should not be required to pay in order to attend required training. This would be unethical and unproductive. Employees would likely find reasons as to why they could not pay for and attend the required training. When an employer requires training for employees, the ...

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    This solution discusses if employees should be required to pay for their own training and if training in legal areas due to a general lack of knowledge would be beneficial to the organization.

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