Skills shortages are a major concern for businesses across the country and the problem is likely to be exacerbated by upcoming changes to UK immigration policy.
Part of the solution lies in encouraging businesses to upskill and reskill their existing adult workforce to fill job vacancies. However, the Quarterly Economic Survey (QES) shows that employer investment in training is falling year on year.
That’s why the British Chambers of Commerce has brought together businesses and skills experts to research the barriers, solutions and incentives for employer investment in adult workforce skills. The research aims to put the Chamber Network in a stronger position to help members, underpinning our national lobbying and representation and informing the delivery of practical support services at the local level.
Have your say
The newly formed Workplace Training and Development Commission has invited businesses for submissions to discover their thoughts and experience on a number of issues. In order that Lancashire voices your Chamber has compiled a short survey so you can have your say.
Responses required by 31st January 2020.
If you have any thoughts on this other policy issues please send to email@example.com.