Nearly half (47%) of all apprentices in England dropped out of their training in 2021, with a majority citing ‘poor quality’ as the reason behind their failure to complete.
As the cost-of-living crisis escalates with rising inflation at a 40-year high and more energy price cap increases set for spring, UK family law firms are reporting the highest ever recorded number of...
Companies should embrace the idea of using more than one organisational model as workplaces evolve in the future.
Almost all (99%) employees have seen a training plan that was ineffective or that failed to deliver on objectives in the last five years, according to new research from City & Guilds.
‘Why is our company in business?’ and ‘What can our people do to support that purpose?’ If two questions have followed me during my 20-plus-year career as an HR professional, they are these.
The HR profession has grown by 42% in the past decade (from 2011 and 2021) compared to just 10% for the general workforce according to the CIPD’s latest UK people profession update.
Prisoners have started apprenticeships at companies including Greene King, Timpsons and Kier as part of a government initiative to improve the employability of ex-offenders.