The industrial strategy whitepaper published yesterday, outlines plans for ‘sector deals’ to boost productivity
To speed or not to speed is the looming question in today’s time-competitive international markets
There is so much we can do to create environments in which we can all feel welcome, participate and thrive
Only 30% of the young people polled thought that their future standard of living will be better than their parents'
Is it HR's remit to share knowledge, experience and intellectual property to develop and improve the general business population?
Most workers in their 50s have not received any computer training
With a dose of innovation there is a way to reverse the fall in apprenticeship numbers
Graduates believe that technological advancement will have a positive or very positive impact on the future of business
Levy confusion and costs may be behind the decline, but the drop could be temporary while firms clear out old, poor quality apprenticeships
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“We need to help people to retrain during their working lives,” said chancellor Philip Hammond
There is a risk that we continue to apply new technologies to old ways of thinking about L&D