This discussion paper supports our campaign,  Learning to Work.

It examines the challenges faced by employers employing young people and sets out the CIPD vision and commitment to addressing these issues. Its purpose is to help more employers understand their key role in boosting both the employability and job prospects of young people – and why it is their interest to do so.

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