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Unformatted text preview: randomized group of these expensive skills together, it would increase the efficiency of your training programs. Increasing Training Days Would our recommendation change if we allowed more days of training per year? Actually, even if we hypothetically had 250 days of training per year, not much would change because the employees would still use the same programs and create the same costs for your company. Only one employee (the senior manager) uses the full 18 days for training. It turns out that this is all each employee needs at maximum. If you plan on changing programs however, you should be wary that the senior manager has no more additional training days under the current system. In this case, it might prove useful to expand the number of training days an employee can have, though this is not the case currently....
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- Spring '07
- Operations Research