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    Post-Training Employment Contracts

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    Organizations often worry that employees (their human asset) may leave the company after receiving expensive training.

    Do you think that it is acceptable for organizations to try to lock employees into a work term after training? In other words, if they send an employee on a training course that could have tremendous benefit to the organization, should they be able to make that training contingent on the worker continuing their employment with them for say one to two years after the training?

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    Yes, it is acceptable for an organization to try to lock employees into a work team after training to save the cost and balance the performance management objectives. In the current business environment, most of the organizations always worry about employee's retention into company after providing training, because of the opportunities of good jobs in other ...

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