Recruitment Outlook – November 2020

11 months ago

Welcome to the first edition of the ‘Recruitment Outlook’ report.

We’re excited to present a bite-sized summary of the latest information published by the REC (Recruitment & Employment Confederation).

We wanted to share this valuable information regarding the latest recruitment trends across the UK with our customers, so you can see how recruitment trends in your business compare to the rest of the UK.

Recruitment Outlook Nov 2020

The monthly ‘Recruitment Outlook’ report contains:

  • A summary of recruitment trends over the latest rolling quarter
  • Permanent recruitment insight
  • Temporary recruitment insight
  • Labour market insight
  • Employer insight
  • Agency insight
  • Sector prospects

 

We love talking about all things recruitment!

If you have any questions about the report, or would like to discuss it further, please reach out to us!

01254 239363
[email protected]

 

 


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