Whichever party proves successful at next month’s General Election, the Recruitment and Employment Confederation (REC) has pledged to work closely with it.
The group has claimed it will form a close relationship with the new parliament in order to create the best deal possible for the UK’s recruitment sector.
Until then, the REC has claimed it is important to pay close attention to the different manifestos from each party and how these could inform the future development of recruitment policy.
"The REC awaits the outcome of the election with interest and will ensure that the interests of Britain’s £22 billion recruitment industry are taken on board by the incoming government," the group states.
This week’s Labour manifesto has pledged the creation of more flexible childcare options, while the Conservatives have promised to give Britons more control over their own lives.
May 6th will be the date of the General Election.
Posted by Cameron Thomson