So far this year, most organisations have been more actively hiring Procurement employees on a permanent basis as opposed to on contracts.
An unprecedented level of uncertainty caused by external occurrences has resulted in firms not committing to multi-year programmes. Subsequently, recruitment has largely reduced.
Organisations have been seeking talented Sales professionals with the ability to bring people, teams and partners together.
Trade wars between the U.S. and China, Brexit and the ongoing search for a new prime minister in the UK have all dented business confidence, so recruitment has reduced.
Many firms are quieter over the summer months and will pay more attention to recruitment processes. Jobs across General Practice are plentiful so it’s a good time to consider a new role.
Professionals interviewing for Office Support jobs throughout summer need to be aware that processes will take longer, so it’s important not to panic if there’s a delay in receiving feedback.
Hiring of Marketing, Communications and Sales Support professionals has been steady over the past few months, but there are fewer vacancies compared with the same period last year.
Demand for in house lawyers continues to increase the level of Legal hiring, whilst the contract market is restricted by the lack of clarity surrounding the post-Brexit trading relationship with Europe.
As the working landscape changes, financial services firms wanting to fill IT jobs have to offer flexibility to compete with start-ups and FinTechs for IT and Tech professionals.