Minimum wage still not accessible to everyone.
The employment rate is at 76.1 per cent, the joint-highest number on record.
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Today’s labour market statistics published by the Office for National Statistics (ONS) show the number of vacancies at 845,000 for August to October 2018, the highest since comparable records began in 2001 – 44,000 more than for a year earlier and 14,000 more than for May to July 2018.
Data shows that employers’ confidence in the prospects for the UK economy plummeted this month, according to the Recruitment and Employment Confederation’s latest JobsOutlook report.
Organisations across all sectors want to recruit for permanent roles, with almost one in five employers (actively looking to increase their headcount in the next three months, according to the latest JobsOutlook by the Recruitment & Employment Confederation.
Confidence in the economic climate is improving and businesses are changing their hiring strategies to make the most of it, according to three in four (74%) employers responding to the latest JobsOutlook survey by the Recruitment and Employment Confederation (REC).
Under the strapline ‘Jobs transform lives’, the professional body for recruitment in the UK will take a proactive approach to explaining the positive impact that recruiters have on businesses, individuals and the labour market as a whole.
98 percent of employers intend to maintain or increase their use of temps in the next quarter as overall demand for staff continues to rise, according to the latest JobsOutlook survey