What do employers think the differences between graduates, apprentices and school leavers are at the early stages of their careers?
Will Brexit impact the filling of the ever increasing number of graduate and apprentice roles?
New research shows that large numbers of employees and businesses still know nothing about the Apprenticeship Levy.
New research shows that one in five Generation Z applicants are dropping out of recruitment.
New report shows that apprenticeships are failing young people, leaving them in debt, and out of work.
Employing the right candidate for a job is paramount, particularly for smaller businesses. Every employer is looking for a candidate to hit the ground running, which is not always possible for young people.
A third of businesses view apprentices as the most valuable source of emerging talent in 2018, according to a new poll.
We are excited to announce some of the speakers for this highly anticipated conference that will explore the latest innovations and thought leadership in the apprentices and school leavers market.
What are the best ways to cope with some of the challenges of transitioning from education to work? Matthew Connell talks to us about education and employment.
Apprenticeships have been a big topic this year. In April a new Apprenticeship Levy came into force, designed to help achieve a target of three million apprenticeship starts in England by 2020, which the government has committed to and believes will help to boost productivity. In July, trailblazer apprenticeships were introduced to many industries, designed…
Apprenticeships are real jobs, with real training; meaning employees can ‘earn while they learn’ and gain the necessary skills and professional competencies in their chosen career.
Corporate apprenticeship and traineeship programmes are on the rise in financial services, according to Karis Stander, Managing Director of Investment2020.
Identifying the skills gap in the school leaver market – tips on how to entice and spot good apprenticeship candidates.
RateMyApprenticeship announces that Anchor Trust, England’s largest not-for-profit housing association, has been ranked the best apprentice employer in the UK in their Top 100 Employers table.
While for many Hull is on the up with new shopping centres, bars and its City of Culture 2017 status, there is still a staggering 21.3% of ‘workless households’ across the city, with around 5% of the population unemployed.