Latest Labour Market Outlook from CIPD suggests labour and skills shortages are imminent for UK sectors employing a high number of EU nationals. The survey of more than one-thousand employers, shows that as many as one in four believe that non-UK nationals from the UK are considering leaving their organisation andor the UK in 2017.
Although the short-term outlook for employment has remained strong, UK employers are struggling to fill roles as a result of both labour and skills shortages across manufacturing, retail/wholesale and food services.
With many employers feeling the pressure of a workforce shortage they will be looking to recruitment agencies for staffing solutions.
At PMP Recruitment we can work with clients to plan their recruitment strategy for 2017 and ensure that any repercussions of these latest findings are mapped out through risk assessment reporting and flexible candidate streams.
With an established candidate pool of over 30,000 job seekers in the U, across over 320 managed locations and a proven candidate attraction process which utlises both on and offline methods, PMP are able to consistently seek and place fresh talent.
PMP Recruitment's established industry presence means they are prepared to deal with any troubles they may face over the coming year and will work with clients to ensure risk avoidance to combat any threats both nationally and regionally.
As well as the current processes, PMP has strengthened their investment in the training and development of both candidates and workers in order to upskill, expand knowledge, and increase hiring potential.
We can give you peace of mind that your recruitment objectives and staffing concerns will be taken care of and that the 'Brexit Effect' will not impact your core operations.
For a greater insight into our recruitment services, visit http://www.pmprecruitment.co.uk.