Embracing apprenticeships, in order to get talent, is something many HR leaders would argue has benefit; they can help employers to secure some of the best potential available and give current staff responsibility in training new recruits while also helping to cut recruitment costs as a whole.
However, figures obtained by the BBC this year discovered that employers are failing to use hundreds of millions of pounds that was intended for training up apprentices as part of the Apprenticeship Levy.
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