Why Companies Don't Train Workers Anymore

Employees work on the assembly line installing parts at the Ford Motor Engine Plant in Lima, Ohio on March 28 Photograph by Ty Wright/Bloomberg

Yesterday my colleague, Matthew Philips, raised an interesting question about the skill gap, pointing to new research that claims the problem is not that workers are unqualified, but that companies’ expectations have changed: They are no longer investing resources in training their staff.

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