Britain’s largest business needs to expand their workers and plan to recruit more staff in the coming year due to the creation of uncertainty to leave the European Union.
The job world of the UK is increasing and growing rapidly and every two out of the five firm required new workers for the companies in the next year 2017 despite businesses impact over Brexit – a joint survey declares the news of the job.
The research was conducted by the CBI (Confederation of British Industry) and revealed that the country will need skilled workers in the same company despite continued worries due to impact of the Brexit – the survey was conducted over 350 firms of the state and revealed that the exit of the European Union and the UK has made some conflicts over labor market.
The new survey of the employers that occurs in August and October showed that nearly 40 percent of the bosses demands new staff with good skills according to a new report from CBI and most of them include a permanent job. The job survey from nearly 1.2 million people shows that the next 12 months will provide new jobs in the technology, science and construction and 28 percent of the firms are expecting to cut off the jobs.
The CBI’s deputy director general, Josh Hardie tells that most of the firms are expecting to expand their job facilities next year but the fact is that economy uncertainty remains high – but with the record employment over the next year will increase the workers in the UK and set positive results over 2017.
We have to get the right strategy to enhance the business of the UK, and the latest survey over the jobs of the next year shows that the country is the best location and attractive for a creation of the jobs and the future relation to the EU will don’t have a negative impact on the labor market. The government is providing time to the firm and the big companies to commit new regulations to invest before 2019.
The chairman of employment group, Cameron tells that the upcoming year 2017 made new jobs and enhance the business of the firms as the year 2016 was uncertainty for the business and have impact due to exit of UK from the European Union but we are heading towards the next year – However, skill gaps remains a concern for bosses as right skill is what to increase the company profit.
This survey also shows that most of the companies are expecting to increase the salary of the employees from the next year and most of them demands to hire the person on a permanent basis and some of them need to hire a person for the temporary time.