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Capita demand unpaid grads pay £21k to leave

Capita demand unpaid grads pay £21k to leave

Recruitment and human capital business Capita is demanding trainee graduates pay £21,000 if they leave an unpaid training scheme - despite trainees having no guarantee of securing a full-time role.

Speaking to The Guardian, former trainees explained that the firm also stipulated that training-scheme candidates must hold degrees to join the unpaid programme.

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  • David McCormack
    David McCormack
    Fri, 18 Aug 2017 1:01pm BST
    It would be interesting to know if Capita are claiming back apprenticeship levy to pay for the course in the first place!

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