A FLAGSHIP national apprenticeship scheme set up to prevent a "lost generation" of young workers in Scotland has been criticised for reinforcing workplace segregation of women.
A FLAGSHIP national apprenticeship scheme set up to prevent a \"lost generation\" of young workers in Scotland has been criticised for reinforcing workplace segregation of women.
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A hard-hitting study of women's role in the labour market in Scotland, led by an equality in business expert, argues Scotland's Modern Apprenticeship (MA) Programme is contributing to gender-based favouritism by prioritising job creation for men.
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