Government Fails to Deliver Apprentice Reform Progress

Government Fails to Deliver Apprentice Reform

Back in 2017 the Government had taken the decision to reform the apprenticeships programme; however since then, it has failed to make the progress it predicted. A new damning report from the House of Commons Public Accounts Committee (PAC) found the number of apprenticeship starts fell by 26% after the apprenticeship levy was introduced and, […]

UKWA Welcomes Chancellor Hammond’s Apprenticeship

The package of Apprenticeship Levy reforms announced by Philip Hammond in his Autumn Budget Statement has been welcomed by UKWA (the United Kingdom Warehousing Association). However, UKWA has also warned that the Chancellor’s new digital services tax could be the first step towards the introduction of new taxes on all internet sales. “Too many employers […]