Developing basic training, a labour pool, labour recontextualizing, scholarship funding, and on-the-spot training. The effect is maximizing the manpower output by giving every man an equal chance in obtaining a vocation.
An integral part of globalizing equitable investments so that each person shares in the responsibility and the reward (in terms of social benefits) of global investment schemes.
Tactics include: basic training to give every man basic occupational skills; labour pool to implement assignments to a wider range of job opportunities; recontextualizing labour to set up basic standards for various job opportunities; scholarship funds to enable every man to be financed for job training; and on the job training is intended to open up new advances in job skills. An example of this is educational insurance which would enable a man to take time off from his job to go to a vocational school in order to broaden his knowledge of different vocations.
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