How to turn a major social change (or an unwanted tax) into a robust talent strategy
In April 2017, the Apprenticeship Levy was introduced in England, requiring all employers with a pay bill of £3 million per annum or more to contribute the equivalent of 0.5% of total payroll to a central fund designed to promote the spread and development of apprenticeship programmes.
Looking to learn how major organisation are reacting to, and managing the Levy? Our research shares insight and expertise from senior leaders in some of the UK's largest blue-chip organisations, including in-depth interviews with the likes of BAE Systems, Barclays, BT, CapGemini, GE, HSBC, Jaguar Land Rover and Santander, amongst others.
Throughout our white paper we explore..
Winning the War for Apprenticeship Talent
And how this will affect your graduate strategy --- Government Policy & Business Reality
Exploring the boundaries and possibilities --- Winning Internal Hearts & Minds
How to get everyone in your organisation on board --- Education Provision - Partners and Suppliers
Is it time for a change? --- An Opportunity to Engage the Business
Maximising new opportunities
Apprenticeship Levy Webinar Listen to our webinar with Tim Campbell, our Head of Client Services, Emerging Talent and Sue Husband, Director of the National Apprenticeship Service, Skills Funding Agency, as they discuss the levy, exploring your key burning questions. Click here!
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