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In Max Blouws article University should educate-employers should train that appeared in The Globe and Mail on September 03 2013 Blouws argues that employers are responsible to train graduates seeking for job in their workplace and not to expect these graduates to have full knowledge about their work from the education gotten from the university The university is a place where students are taught to communicate effectively to analyze to confront ambiguity with clear methods and confidence to think critically and to question deeply It means that the university produces graduates to have a broad knowledge in hisher field of study so that it prepares them to work The employers on the other hand are expected to give these graduates a specific job training and the graduates should be able to put in the knowledge gotten from the university to either make the learning effective or to come up with a new idea to improve the productivity of the workplace Blouw approves of the past where employers are willing to organize series of training orientation a trainee-mentor relationship involving experienced staffs and even retraining but attacks modern employers because they are not willing to train these graduate They expect the universities to have taught them the knowledge that will suit their workplace needs And they also tend to seek for employees that have gained two or more years experience in that particular workplace field from another employercompany When employers act in this way they end up losing good workers which result to them hurting the employees the economy and even the employers also because these unemployed graduates would have contributed efficiently to the growth of the workplace and the economy at large Blouw went further to say that the government need to recognize and encourage the importance of employers training these graduates for
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