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Eight in ten employers plan to hire more full-time staff

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18/06/2014
Eight out of ten employers plan to create more permanent jobs in the next three months, according to research.

The Recruitment and Employment Confederation’s JobOutlook survey of employers found more than half are planning to take on more agency staff.

The poll also revealed that the proportion of employers saying they need new staff to meet increased demand has risen from 25% at the start of the year to 34%.

More than six in ten employers report that they have not reduced the cost of their workforce at all in the last year, either via redundancies, reduced pay or headcount freezes.

 

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