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There was a time in America when virtually all workers learned their craft or skilled positions on the job. As the manufacturing sector expanded, on-the-job training was often replaced by seminars and other job-enhancement techniques at off-site locations. Those were - attended by supervisors, who then brought back newly learned techniques to the manufacturer and then taught them to their section's employees. On-the-job training, however, is more important now than ever before, for a variety of reasons, which are explored in this paper.
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