Literacy at Work: Information for Employers about Reading, Writing and Math Skills

Written for employers, this booklet briefly reviews how literacy affects work and what employers can do to improve employee literacy skills that will benefit both themselves and their employees. Developed by Chandra, McCann, Okanagan College, as part of the Learning Disabilities and Whole Life Learning Project.

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