Institution Instructor Course Date Walmart's Leadership Academy Pros Cons and Support Required Considering that the company attracts a global market training for workers and leaders is ideal. However a short-term rotation of participants comes up with pros in that it enhances job stability since employers are equipped with diversified skills thus attracting bigger opportunities and adding value to the participants. Generally the workers become competent in most fields. In addition updated efficient and most effective social and economic skills are imparted to them hence creating a conducive business-customer relationship. The cons include; inevitable training costs inconsistency in health challenged and female job-seekers are locked out since the training involves stressful practical learning and the performance standards are much vital (Weis et al 105). They find it difficult to take part in fear of developing health complications. Works Cited Coşgel Metin M. and Thomas J. Miceli. "Job rotation: Cost benefits and stylized facts." Journal of Institutional and Theoretical Economics (JITE)/Zeitschrift für die gesamte Staatswissenschaft (1999): 301-320. Weis Robert Savannah M. Whitemarsh and Nicole L. Wilson. "Military-style residential treatment for disruptive adolescents: Effective for some girls all girls when and why?" Psychological Services 2.2 (2005): 105. [...]
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