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ISE: Employers worry about how their apprentices dress

21 March 2019   (0 Comments)
Posted by: Marina Semencuka
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We have just launched our annual Development Survey, which raises some interesting insights on skills and how employer expectation matches reality. 

Employers are four times more likely to worry about how their apprentices dress for work than they would about graduates.

School-leavers were more likely to lack skills such as commercial awareness and business appropriate communication, with 80% of respondents feeling this to be the case, compared to 61% and 46% respectively of graduates.

Read more on Personnel Today >

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