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Investors in People research shows perceptions of apprenticeships remain poor.53% of Young People Have Never Considered Applying for an Apprenticeship37% of parents wouldn’t encourage their children to pursue an apprenticeshipFor 58% of young people, pay is the most important factor in deciding whether to pursue an apprenticeshipInvestors in People advises that employers should consider the following in their approach to apprenticeships:
Apprenticeships: quality apprentice employer
Download our report exploring the characteristics of a quality apprentice employer and highlighting the vital role of the employer in providing excellent apprenticeship provision for the benefit of both the apprentice and the business, as well as their wider community.
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Our eBook explores four key performance problems and how to tackle them through wellbeing. Gain practical tips for employees and employers. 
New research from Investors in People shows that more UK employees are confident in the jobs market and willing to make their next move in 2017. Download the report to learn more.
We've pulled together 30 ideas to help you improve and sustain your employee engagement. Explore our guide for helpful hints and tips.
At Investors in People, we believe in realising the potential of your people. Learn from employers who have seen the benefits of investing in young talent.
'83% of women think gender discrimination exists at work.' Findings in this report highlight key areas for focus when it comes to moving towards gender equality in the workplace.
The annual Investors in People employee sentiment poll reveals major trends across the UK workforce. By tracking the likelihood that people are looking to move jobs, the reasons for doing so, and the most attractive benefits that employers offer, this report helps organisations retain and recruit the best.Additionally, this report offers a further perspective on the results and at how IIP can help organisations in Northern Ireland. Download to explore:
As the economy improves, and pay levels rise, are employers at risk of losing valuable skilled people?
Paul Devoy, head of Investors in People, shares his insights on how organisations can better enable creativity and innovation in the workplace