of Exercise at the AT Point in CP Children
These measures were: (a) perceived effect on working relationship of the workgroup, (b) hiring decision, (c) promotability, (d) tardiness/absenteeism problem, (e) willingness to work with, (f) willingness to work for, (g) trainability
, (h) work motivation, and (i) predicted productivity.
Paul Pereira of Netserv said his reasons for doing business in Jamaica included the island's proximity and similar time zone to North America, the trainability
of Jamaican workers, the common English language, and availability of suitable office space.
The AFQT is a general measure of trainability
and a primary criterion of armed forces enlistment eligibility; it was administered to NLSY respondents in 1980 (Center for Human Resource Research, 1997).
Topics discussed in this section include management philosophy about modernization, trainability
and capability of employees, management exposure to modem technology, good labor/management relations, and increased productivity.
Unlike aptitude tests, which evaluate an individual's trainability
, knowledge and skill tests measure how much he or she has already learned in a particular field.
Dorothee Luking, who has trained her competition dogs for eight years, said: "German Shepherds have great temperament and they have a very high degree of trainability
I have to withhold my endorsement of Korzybski's views on the trainability
of "an infant, a child, or a young adult" (17) using the Structural Differential.
Cardwell, Region 13 (North Carolina, South Carolina, and Tennessee): In the Southeast, our biggest challenge is the educational level and trainability
of prospective employees.
A number of authorities noted that, with household help now at a premium, parents must take advantage of the trainability
of young children simply to find time for the rest of their own lives.
It would seem that the Davis EC, and PT and ESUM3 scores allows us to "catch" a developmental shift in the progression from the very beginnings of a true empathic capacity in the high school population to considerable empathic trainability
in a college sample, which is taught with a Rogerian-based emphasis on empathic listening skills.
The NIC experience proved that the cost of labor is less important than variables that affect productivity such as skills, trainability
, and flexibility.
In general the present-day need for flexibility at work, and for trainability
to cope with changing technology, has increasingly led Dutch employers to rely on a certificate from a Junior Vocational School as an important indicator of a new recruit's potential.
There is little doubt that the 21st century work force will place a premium on such skills as communication, computation, human relations, trainability
, flexibility and educability.
Peculiarities of the metal poured and any factors relative to the experience, trainability
or wage rates of the labor force also may affect consideration of highly sophisticated, automated or auxiliary material handling equipment.