A survey of businesses in Manchester and Merseyside

4th February 2000 at 00:00
A survey of businesses in Manchester and Merseyside has found the Government's drive to expand work experience is being undermined by a lack of small business involvement. Fifty-four per cent of small or medium-sized cmpanies had no links with schools.

Less than a quarter of these businesses said they were too busy, while 43 per cent had never been asked, according to the Knowsley Compact, which conducted the survey.

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