Recruiters are reporting the strongest full-time job recovery in the six years of March as the UK labor market is beginning to unravel and companies are preparing to lift the blockade.
A monthly survey compiled by IHS Markit for advisory firm KPMG and Recruitment & Employment Confederation pointed to a permanent first turnaround. Staff reservation Since December, the percentage of hiring managers has been the highest since April 2015, reporting month-on-month growth.
Recruiters also reported an accelerating increase in temporary billing and a surge in overall vacancies since 2018.
The survey is one of the strongest signals to date that companies are bright enough to hire new staff now that the government has developed a roadmap to restart the economy from the blockade.
According to the latest official data, employers put their hiring plans on ice during the winter, and the number of vacant seats was well below pre-pandemic levels, but real-time data …
UK labor market survey shows the strongest rebound in employment since 2015
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