Thank unions for skills

30th April 2010 at 01:00
More than half of employers have seen their staff improve their skills due to union-led projects, a survey claims

Of 415 employers, who have more than a million staff, 68 per cent said union-led projects had led to employees with little history of learning taking up courses, says the survey by Leeds University for unionlearn, the Trades Union Congress's learning organisation.

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