purchases of space in various seminar classes. All of this education, training, and educational support have resulted in improved departmental performances but it also caused the loss of Ezra Brooks, a young but highly trained computer programmer.
When Ezra Brooks quit he had the extensive intra-organization training, work experience he gained at the firm, and a college diploma paid for in part by the Midwest firm. He quickly found another position at another firm due to his experience and education. Even though Ezra did want to stay with the firm he was informed there would not be any room for career growth. Because Era would not be able to move up into a management position he had no choice but to leave the firm to find a position where there would be opportunities to move up into