James Reed - Reed Group
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There is a perfect storm brewing: an ageing population in the UK; European workers uncertain about taking or staying in jobs over here; successive chancellors keen to balance the books; and historically low pay rates.feedback
Oct 17 2017
James Reed has been quoted in 4 different articles. Most recently, James Reed has been quoted saying, “Business leaders are already working hard to counter the potential impact of leaving the E.U., and it's good to see that so many are optimistic about the future. A lot now hinges on a successful negotiation that works for both Britain and for Europe.” in an article called Britain’s Uneasy Labor Market. This is only one of 4 quotes from James Reed. To see more examples James Reed’s views and opinions, check out the section below. You can filter James Reed's quotes by date and by topic to see, for example, what James Reed said about area recently and in the past.
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Quotes by James Reed
Apr 13 2017
Business leaders are already working hard to counter the potential impact of leaving the E.U., and it's good to see that so many are optimistic about the future. A lot now hinges on a successful negotiation that works for both Britain and for Europe.feedback
Mar 15 2017
With high employment and such a large number of opportunities on offer, the UK jobs market has turned into a sellers' market. This means that jobseekers in many sectors can afford to be selective. If candidates from the EU are put off from applying for jobs in the UK due to Brexit or the lack of a guarantee of EU citizens' rights to stay in the UK after Brexit, then the scales could tip even further.feedback
Jan 16 2017
Although we must acknowledge the uncertainty in markets caused by Brexit, these areas are where the future of our economy lies, and should not be ignored.feedback
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