Incentives for apprenticeship

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Author: Kuczera, Malgorzata

Abstract:

While an apprenticeship is potentially very beneficial to students, employers and economies, many countries face difficulties in encouraging companies to provide apprenticeship places, and individuals to enter apprenticeship programmes. To encourage companies to provide apprenticeships, the government, and sometimes social partners, promote apprenticeships through a wide range of incentives, including financial incentives, such as subsidies and tax breaks, and non-financial incentives, such as adjustments in apprenticeship design to make it more attractive to employers. While financial...  [+] Show more

Subjects: Apprenticeship; Employment; Industry; Finance; Policy; Participation

Keywords: Promotion of employment; Recruitment; Employment opportunity; Apprentice; Policy analysis; Policy implications; OECD country

Published: Paris, France: OECD, 2017

Physical description: 49 p.

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http://dx.doi.org/10.1787/55bb556d-en

ISSN: 1993-9019 (online)

Resource type: Working paper

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Call number: TD/TNC 127.288

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