Apprenticeships | Levy has 'failed on all measures', CIPD says

Levy has 'failed on all measures', CIPD says

Despite the promise the Apprenticeship Levy was supposed to bring young people, the CIPD has claimed that it has ‘failed on every measure’.

The HR body shared that since the levy was introduced back in 2017, apprenticeship starts have fallen and fewer have gone to young people, reported the BBC.

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