UK’s skills crisis laid bare as new CIPD report shows nation is bottom of international class on key measures

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New analysis from the CIPD, the professional body for HR and people development, shows that two decades of under-investment and failed policy on skills in the UK has contributed to the country lagging well behind its competitors in Europe and most of the OECD on at least four key measures, including literacy and numeracy, learning and development, and digital skills.

Posted inNews archiveon20 Apr 2017 Company ProfileCIPDView profile » England and Northern Ireland together rank in the bottom four OECD countries for literacy and numeracy among 16-24 year olds Employers train less and invest less in skills than most other

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