Firms oppose levy

February 3, 1995

About three-quarters of employers surveyed by the Confederation of British Industry oppose a compulsory training levy. The CBI said the firms object for various reasons: the levy would be too bureaucratic, encourage training for training's sake, and exclude small firms who need training most. Employers said there was no evidence that training schemes work.

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