Effectiveness of Individual Learning Accounts
Do employees with an ILA engage more often in training?
|Auteur(s):||Cees Doets and Tonny Huisman|
An Individual Learning Account (ILA) is an instrument to stimulate adults to participate in training.
During a two-year experiment, two groups were observed – one group had ILAs, the other group did not – in order to establish the differences in learning behaviour between the two groups. Do employees with an ILA engage more often in training?