COVID-19 means company budgets will come under more scrutiny.
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"Huge numbers of young people across the UK have been put out of work."
Furloughed apprentices can continue their training.
Now is a great time to learn a new skill.
Despite people believing apprenticeships outrank university education there is still a stigma.
Have everything that is on paper for your team, also to be online.
Businesses are recognising the importance of a forward-looking learning strategy.
43 per cent of employees have received additional training on technologies to work flexibly.
A ‘perception gap’ exists in the UK with the amount of skills staff possess and the amount needed to learn
The UK is being left behind as other countries race to upskill their workers.
The library is "to help individuals become empowered with business know-how".
Millennials and Gen Z are starting to outnumber the other demographics in the office.
23 per cent of employers plan to focus their L&D activity on senior leaders.
Clash between HR and managers: Managers reluctant to get involved in training despite HR calling for it
Millennials desire feedback from their senior colleagues 50 per cent more than other employees.
What are the crucial reasons behind businesses feeling disappointed in these providers?
44 per cent of companies have not researched if automation will change employees roles.