Act now to unlock Britain’s potential, says Adecco

Education is failing to equip the future workforce effectively, according to a year-long study from staffing giant Adecco.

Tues, 21 March 2012
Education is failing to equip the future workforce effectively, according to a year-long study from staffing giant Adecco.

The report, ‘Unlocking Britain’s Potential’, supported by professional services firm Deloitte and technology specialist Cisco, highlights the issues surrounding the UK’s labour market and challenges the coalition...

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