Uncertainty is impacting staffing decisions, with one third of employers (34 per cent) being unsure about their short-term hiring plans for temporary agency workers, according to the latest JobsOutlook survey from the Recruitment & Employment Confederation (REC).
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One third (32 per cent) are also uncertain about agency worker hiring over the next four to 12 months. In addition, the proportion of employers who respond ‘don’t know’ about their medium-term hiring plans for permanent workers has gone up from 10 per cent in February last year to now 18 per cent.
This month’s JobsOutlook survey