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Training to Keep Food Safe

May 1, 2009
The deadly salmonella outbreak linked to Peanut Corporation of America is the most recent example of the long-range impact that food-production safety processes can have on consumers. Food safety training for employees is obviously the place to start, but what’s also imperative is a culture in which all employees, from the production line to the executive suite, know the right things to do—and do them.
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Training Is an Essential Ingredient

April 16, 2009
After a period of poor business performance, Ruby Tuesday moved swiftly to reverse the downward trend, investing heavily in the brand, the product, the places and—most important—the people, in an attempt to create ‘flawless food and service’ in a new, high-quality casual dining environment.
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Tough Times Bring Clients to Disneys Training Business

March 16, 2009
Though companies are under increasing pressure to cut expenses, training experts say that forced austerity may be driving organizations to spend what few dollars they can spare for training on one of the world’s most illustrious brand names. Some other organizations are following Disney’s lead in the field.
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10 Elements for a Successful, Effective Corporate Learning Program

March 11, 2009
Novartis established its corporate learning department in 1998 with the goal of developing a stable of future leaders who could grow with the business. Creating this pipeline entailed identifying and selecting top talent with high potential, providing them with the right job experiences and supporting continuous learning with instruction from the best institutions. Here, the head of learning at Novartis offers 10 guidelines on how to create a top-notch corporate learning program.
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