Whilst Teresa May continues to take punches like David Haye over Brexit it seems that confidence among UK firms is high, with 89% claiming they are unlikely to be affected.
This is very good news for the majority of us, especially those within the recruitment industry.
Take a look at the full article below.
Almost nine in ten businesses have admitted that Brexit will not dampen their hiring plans, especially in relation to bringing in apprentices. A recent survey from The 5% Club has found that 89% of UK businesses are confident in their ability to navigate labour shortages following the vote to leave the EU. Having surveyed 200 UK employers, the data highlights that employers are confident that apprenticeships can help bridge the gap, should the UK lose access to skilled workers. The 5% Club is an employer-led movement which focuses on driving momentum in the recruitment of apprentices and graduates. It boasts members from FTSE 100-listed firms on its books. Launched by Leo Quinn, CEO of Balfour Beatty, the club wants to tackle skill shortages and reduce youth unemployment.