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training of workers within the factory survey of industrial in-plant training programmes in seven European countries. by National Institute of Industrial Psychology, London

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Published by European Productivity Agency of the Organisation for European Economic Co-operation in Paris .
Written in English


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SeriesProject -- no. 179
ContributionsOrganization for European Economic Cooperation, European Productivity Agency
LC ClassificationsHF5549.5 T7 N3
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Pagination90 p.
Number of Pages90
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Open LibraryOL14604269M

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