Training in the Medium-Sized Mexican Firm

by Open Science Repository Business Administration
(February 2013)

Abstract: Training is currently not understood by medium-sized Mexican firms as an investment that helps businesses to succeed. The aim of this study was to analyze training in such firms. The methodological approach was non-experimental, or ex post facto, and exploratory and descriptive. The Mexican Business Information System was consulted and medium-sized industrial companies were randomly selected. The results indicate that decisive actions need to be taken so that training to be no longer viewed by medium-sized Mexican firms as a needless expense, but rather as the best investment made in Human Resources. Therefore, training must become part of the work culture for all organizations.

Keywords: training, medium-sized companies, work culture.

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doi: 10.7392/Research.70081930.

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