In a week where the government have published the latest unemployment numbers , the Recruitment & Employment Confederation have posted their latest Jobs Recovery Tracker and where the markets have had their best week in response to the exciting news about THE vaccine, there is a lot to consider in the job market. All of our team are asked about the overall job market with a lot more regularity right now.I have summarised all of the data from the reports that was most interesting to our business and a summary of what we have seen in the Yorkshire market over the past few weeks.THE BIG PICTURE
THE PICTURE THROUGH OUR LENS
A RESURGENT TEMPORARY AND INTERIM MARKET We predicted that this market would bounce back strongly in August. With employers being more short term in outlook and a growing supply of available workers, it seemed inevitable. However, our results in August and September suggested that our prediction was wrong – there was growth but well behind the pace set by our permanent activity. Thankfully, it was the timing of our prediction rather than the outcome that was wrong. The temporary market has bounced back very strongly over October and November;
Andy has been Finance Director at Construction firm, AmcoGiffen since June 2019. Big Four trained and ACA qualified, he has broad experience covering group and commercial finance roles in plc, private equity and owner managed environments.
Extremely talented, driven, and passionate about what she does, the traits for success were always there for Helen.
From manufacturing, distribution, direct sales to FMCG and now house building, Liz Kaplan has done it all.
A review of the market between September and November
Another proud moment in our business