Labour manifesto focuses on Apprenticeship Levy and bogus self-employment

Recruitment and freelancer trade bodies have welcomed Labour election manifesto commitments for new flexibilities around the Apprenticeship Levy, but have given a mixed response to plans to create a single status of worker.

Labour’s manifesto, released yesterday, contains commitments to:

  • make it easier for employers to spend the Apprenticeship Levy, by allowing it to be used for a wider range of accredited training, in line with guidelines set by the...

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