“An exodus would require individual businesses to potentially relocate thousands of employees, which simply isn’t logistically or financially feasible. Up to a million Londoners work in the financial sector. Only a small portion of them have the flexibility to up and move to a new country, and no other region can compete with the quantity
Scoring an offer means you’ve made it through the toughest part of the job hunt. However, you may have spent months looking for a new opportunity with no luck and then two job offers come through at once; the stress isn't over yet! Now comes an important decision; which offer to accept!?
July 2016London Employment Monitor June 2016 highlights:Increase of 18% month-on-month for available jobsDecrease of 30% year-on-year for available jobsIncrease of 19% month-on-month for job seekersIncrease of 28% year-on-year for job seekers Boost in job openings and job seekers - a welcome reliefDespite Brexit and its immediate aftershocks
Ahead of our 'Financial Crime in the Middle East' seminar on the 21st July, Caleb Hawkins sits down with Financial Crime Consultant & speaker at our seminar, Andrew Fleming to discuss his career journey so far, advice to graduates and a short commentary on the market.
“If the eventual result is a vote to remain, then I would definitely expect a pickup in job numbers in the short term. The caveat being that in recent years, quarter 3 has been subdued in regards to jobs due to it being the summer period.”
“It certainly felt like a uninspiring month. The market was volatile and it was tough on organisations. Hiring was restricted and organisations were slow to release jobs. So the numbers were somewhat comforting and perhaps there is light at the end of the tunnel.”