Who’s it for? Unemployed 16- to 24-year-olds claiming Universal Credit and at risk of long-term unemploymentHow long? Six-month jobHow does it help employers?●It pays 100% of the national minimum wage (or national living wage, depending on participant’s age) for 25 hours per week for six months●It pays national insurance contributions●It funds minimum automatic enrolment pension contributions●There’s a £1500 grant per recruit to provide employability support Who’s it for? 16 years and upHow long? Apprentices work 30 hours a week with one day a week studying, usually at a university, college or training provider.
They can take one to four years to completeHow does it help employers?●Employers will receive £3,000 for each new apprentice they.Read more on dailystar.co.uk