Research and analysis

Developing people in low skilled jobs

A study into the perceptions of workplace learning from staff working in the care and retail sectors.

Documents

Engaging low skilled employees evidence report

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Engaging low skilled employees executive summary

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Engaging low skilled employees technical report

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Detail

This report presents the results of a survey of both employee and employer views on participation in workplace learning in the care sector in north east England and the hotel sector in Yorkshire and Humberside. It suggests options for employers, individuals and policy makers to use in developing the skills of people in low skilled jobs.