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At 9:53 AM 2/2/96, Carleton Chinner wrote:
>I'm currently busy with a project that involves, computerizing
>production for a fruit packer located in a rural area.  We have a
>number of XT/286s that are perfectly adequate for data capture, on
>the factory floor, but have run into problems with the literacy
>levels of workers.
>
>Adult education is not deemed a viable solution by management, as the
>workforce is seasonal and there is no guarantee that a worker trained
>this year, will return next year.
 
Fascinating. Of course what they didn't mention is that literare workers
might just ask the odd Rand more as salary :-)-O
 
 
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