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Severn Trent gives workers a computer for Christmas

first_imgRelated posts:No related photos. Severn Trent Water is to spend an estimated £2 million on giving its staffhome computers. The water company is making the investment to help educate and train itsstaff in computer and Internet skills. All of the firm’s 4,500 employees will be set a mid-December deadline tosign up for the voluntary scheme, which started last week and will cost eachemployee £12 a month for the use of the home computer. David Akers, employee relations manager at Severn Trent Water, said,”We hope to give as many of our staff as possible an early Christmaspresent and at the same time develop the skills of our workforce. “Business will be done more and more with computers and over the Web,especially with customers, so we want to make sure our staff have the necessaryskills. “Although the home computer is for personal and not work use, theindividual benefit for our staff will have a knock-on effect at work.” The initiative is also expected to improve short-term staff retention as thecomputers are on a three-year lease and any employee that leaves the company inthat period will be expected to pay the full £432 price or return the computer. Comments are closed. Previous Article Next Article Severn Trent gives workers a computer for ChristmasOn 27 Nov 2001 in Personnel Todaylast_img

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