The Army and Capita have introduced some “significant changes” in the last year, but none have resulted in enough soldiers being recruited, according to the NAO.
The report found that it took up to 321 days for new recruits to go from starting an application to beginning basic training, and that many drop out of the process while waiting
Used to be you drank the free beer, signed up and were marched away with the hangover. Grab ’em as soon as they say yes that is.
OK, we might want a bit more of a consistent desire rather than a transient one these days. But still, nearly a year?
Others around here know much more about this than I. So, what’s the basic problem here? Is it Crapita? Or is something deeper wrong?