A highly-skilled workforce is an important part of any growing business. That's why I am pleased to see how McDonald's is providing training and apprenticeships in a range of skills.
McDonald's is also to be applauded for helping adult employees get qualifications in maths and English. Poor literacy and numeracy skills can hold people back in the workplace, which is why the Government has doubled the funding for these core subjects.
The announcement comes on the day figures show a record number of people are in work. Despite the numbers, Our Consumer Editor looks at weather Britain's job culture is still mired in insecurity.
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