Apprenticeship Levy costs hit agencies hard

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Senior executives at two of the UK’s largest recruiters say that together it is costing them around £4.5m a year.

More than four months after the introduction of the government’s Apprenticeship Levy, senior executives at two of the UK’s largest recruiters say that together it is costing them around £4.5m a year, and that fears raised about the levy before it came in are being realised.

The legal director at Randstad UK & MENA told Recruiter the levy “was a...

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