One of the most significant challenges to work process training is the fact that so many of the individuals being
hired into the workforce are ill prepared in the educational basics, including reading and math skills. Employers continue to hire substantial numbers of new entrants who have significant education but poor work skills, requiring additional company investment to improve workforce readiness. How have workforce readiness programs been successful (or unsuccessful) in addressing this deficit? What components or concepts should be covered in work readiness programs? Cite a reference, please.
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