Brexit continues to be a hot topic in recruitment, the job market, as well as futures of business.
Speaking to Collingwood's client base we are yet to experience any negativity post-Brexit. Although not experiencing anything first hand I am continuing to hear stories of key recruitment projects being put on hold or business decisions being changed after post brexit.
It will be interesting to see how it pans out over the coming years, as the formalities start to happen.
UK employers have become more cautious about hiring new staff following the vote to leave the EU, a report claims. The proportion of employers expecting to increase staff over the next three months dropped from 40% ahead of the vote to 36% after it, according to a survey by HR body the CIPD and Adecco. It said the fall was "significantly sharper" among private sector firms. "There has been a clear deterioration in hiring intentions... as a result of the Brexit vote," the report said. The CIPD said the survey's results suggested post-Brexit economic forecasts of a marked downturn in the labour market next year would be proved right.