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A comparison of training provision in large and small organizations: the case of public houses

Pratten, John D. and Curtis, Susan (2003) A comparison of training provision in large and small organizations: the case of public houses. Journal of European industrial training, 27 (9). pp. 454-460. ISSN 0309-0590

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Abstract

The research examines the training practices in all public houses in a small town and contrasts differing training provisions. The industry is divided into small independent owners and two major types of pub owning companies, one of which operates managed estates, and the other relies on renting their premises and supplying their tenants and lessees with products. The managed estates employ extensive training programmes, while the letting estates seldom impose training conditions on their tenants and lessees. This brings into question the business strategy of organisations with rented estates, as the profitability of their tenants and lessees impacts directly on their own profitability.

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