Abstract: This paper focuses on an analysis of the financial resources that companies in the Czech Republic deploy for corporate training purposes. The sample set consisted of 607 companies. The companies were divided into four categories according to their size: micro companies (1-9 employees); small companies (10-49 employees); medium-sized companies (50-249 employees); and large companies (250 or more employees). The hypothesis was put forward that the rate of utilization of external financial resources is related to company size, whereby the larger the company, the greater the extent to which they utilize external financial resources for corporate training purposes. The hypothesis was tested for each category of company size separately.
Authors: Zdeněk Caha
Keywords: corporate training, resources, financing, Czech Republic