This report shows the hiring activity rates due to the economy and is compiled by collecting primary data through survey responses from recruitment agencies and workers. Here we will discuss and break down their findings.
With UK homeowners warned by the bank of England to expect “significant” increase in interest rates, in response to Kwasi Kwarteng’s tax-cutting mini-budget last week and the Prime Minister insisting the plans are ‘right’, half of the country's professionals are so concerned they’re intending to look for a new job as a direct result.
Nealy two-thirds (64%) of UK business decision-makers say that they're experiencing more employees asking for pay rises more frequently as a result of the hike in living costs, according to new research by Applaud, the leading employee experience (EX) platform.
The UK Net Employment Outlook has fallen to +25% for Q4, a decline of eight percentage-points on Q3, and a decrease of six percentage-points year-on-year according to the latest ManpowerGroup Employment Outlook Survey (MEOS).
CIPD research shows zero-hours contract workers report better work-life balance and wellbeing than other workers, but improved enforcement of employment rights needed to protect those who are treated unfairly
Employers’ confidence in both the UK economic outlook and their own ability to invest in their business dropped quickly in the second quarter of 2022, with inflation and labour shortages causing widespread concern,
Despite holding at the highest recorded level since September 1992, pay awards continue to fall short of soaring inflation, now lagging 5.1 percentage points behind the latest Consumer Price Index, which stands at 9.1% (May 2022).