Educating Employers to Seek Educated Recordkeepers
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Having been disappointed by a survey of employer expectations of the skills and knowledge of recordkeeping employees, Margaret Pember says its time the industry pushed from within to educate management to lift their qualification requirements for records and information professionals.
This work was first published in the August 2005 issue of InfoRMAA Quarterly, the journal of the Records Management Association of Australasia.
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