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Leaving the company that financed training : a paradoxical practice ?

Abstract : The control of externalities in training is at the heart of Becker’s theory : the company, which financed a “specific training”, should do its utmost to retain trained employees. The DIFES-CVTS survey, which allows specify the notion of “quasi-specific” training, shows that a non-negligible part of the employees who have benefited from this type of training, nevertheless leave the company. The econometric results also show that the co-financing of training does not protect the employees from leaving the company, or even encourages their departure. In the end, it is therefore the uses of training that are questioned.
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Benoit Cart, Valérie Henguelle, Marie-Hélène Toutin. Leaving the company that financed training : a paradoxical practice ?. Formation Emploi. Revue française de sciences sociales, La documentation française/CEREQ, 2017, pp.119-139. ⟨10.4000/formationemploi.5017⟩. ⟨hal-03429443⟩



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