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Eye On America (Business: Training Employees) #345606

CBS Evening News for Tuesday, Jul 28, 1992
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(Studio: Connie Chung) Report introduced.

(Jenkinsville, SC: Bruce Morton) Corporate programs to educate their own workers to be able to compete in the technological world featured; scenes shown. [Factory worker/GED student Sandy THOMPSON - says she needs an education.] [R.E. Phelon Company plant manager Richard HERSKOWITZ, Motorola Tammy BALOUN - talk about the companies' need to compete.] [Bank mail room supervisor Wayne CLAY - says he now does homework with his son.] [Motorola Tom ADAMS, Kim FUDGE; employee Rose CLARKE - explain what company gets out of educating its employees and what skills are needed.] [THOMPSON - comments.]

Chung, Connie;
Morton, Bruce

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