CIPD releases Labour Market Outlook the alarm bell is sounding for employers trying to fill low-skill roles, many of whom are still in wait and see mode. It’s essential that those employers are prepared for reduced numbers of candidates and further restrictions to low-skill labour planned from 2021 with a workforce plan
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Latest quarterly Labour Market Outlook report shows employers are experiencing worsening skills and labour shortages while pay is stuck in 'middle lane' for most workers