XpertHR research finds that most employers already process and grant requests for training and regard the employee right to make a request in relation to study or training as irrelevant. However, the new legislation has had a positive impact at some organisations and half believe that the law should be extended to SMEs.
IRS asked employers how they thought the impending legislation giving employees increased rights for training will affect their organisation, and finds most employers believe it will not have a significant impact.
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