Black workers paid less than white counterparts

Black workers are not paid as much as their white colleagues, even if they possess the same qualification. According to the TUC, with those with A-Levels, black peiople are paid 10% less, and with degree holders, they earn 14% less than the...


Should the latest graduate destination data cause concern?

Stephen Isherwood, AGR Chief Executive, considers the latest graduate destinations data and why it may give cause for concern. The Higher Education Statistics Agency has released its employment of leavers’ data, which charts the...


Using the Apprenticeship Levy to help improve productivity

The Guardian have put together a guide on the ins and outs of the Levy, and how you can use it more effectively. Read more here.


Retailers blame living wage and Apprenticeship Levy for job cuts

Retailers have cut 45,000 jobs in the second quarter, claiming they cannot keep up with changes such as the national living wage and the Apprenticeship Levy. A survey by the British Retail Consortium (BRC) revealed that the number of jobs i...


RateMyApprenticeship announces Regional Awards and Top 100 Employers table

RateMyApprenticeship launched their highly anticipated Top 100 Employers table at an exclusive event in London on Wednesday 19th July. The event was hosted at Quintin Kynaston College in St. John’s Wood, bringing together over 150 emp...

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