Retraining is a practice employers may require for their workers to make them learn new skills. Although most employees will receive training at the very beginning of their employments, further training may be necessary down the line in order to avoid having a stagnant workforce. For example, companies that have upgraded to newer technologies may require retraining so that everyone learns how to use the new devices as opposed to simply relying on newer or younger employees. Retraining is also highly useful for the workers because they are learning new skills that could make them more viable candidates should they have look for new work elsewhere.
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