Kevin Green


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Growth is slowing down and one of the reasons is that we simply do not have enough people for all the roles that are out there at the moment. And the number of vacancies is still getting higher. For jobseekers this is good news as employers are willing to pay higher starting wages to attract the right candidates. We already know that EU workers are leaving because of the uncertainties they are facing right now. We therefore need clarity around what future immigration systems will look like. Otherwise, the situation will get worse and employers will face even more staff
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Nov 08 2017
Kevin Green has been quoted 30 times. The one recent article where Kevin Green has been quoted is Employers ignore slowdown to keep on hiring. Most recently, Kevin Green was quoted as having said, “Clarity around trade, residency and immigration could prevent a rapid decline in the UK's successful labour market. We're looking for political leadership.”.
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Mar 08 2017

So I think some of the Saturday opportunities are gone - you used to have people working nine to five, Monday to Friday and the only way of getting somebody to work a Saturday was to use

Mar 08 2017

The structure of work has changed over the past couple of decades, where there is much more flexibility in terms of contracts, so people engage to work Saturdays, Sundays, evenings, weekends, and what employers are always looking for is continuity of

Mar 08 2017

It was a very large food manufacturer that took on British nationals, worked incredibly hard with Job Centre Plus…. but a month on, 75pc of the UK nationals were no longer

Mar 08 2017

I think some of that is these jobs are quite hard jobs, they're potentially physically demanding, I'm not sure we prepare people very

Mar 08 2017

It is not just about skills, it is about attitudes to

Mar 08 2017

We had an education agency [recruiting teachers in maths, geography and the sciences] recruiting teachers from Europe for permanent jobs, and 80pc of those roles recently had been turned down. The offers had been rejected from the candidates they were looking

Feb 08 2017

Employers are crying out for people to fill vacancies. If businesses can't find the people they need they will outsource abroad, automate activity or shut up shop, resulting in fewer jobs available to UK

Aug 04 2016

The UK jobs market suffered a dramatic freefall in July, with permanent hiring dropping to levels not seen since the recession of 2009. Economic turbulence following the vote to leave the EU is undoubtedly the root

Jul 08 2016

The best thing for business right now is clear and calm leadership and as much clarity as possible on what the post-EU future will look

Oct 05 2015

Employers are turning to temps and contractors to provide a flexible resource, and also as a way of hedging any possible to change to the UK's relationship with

Aug 06 2015 - British economy

Sourcing workers from outside the UK is going to be an ongoing necessity if we are to continue seeing the British economy

Aug 06 2015

UK businesses are now facing candidate shortages in nearly every sector of the economy … Despite this, employers are showing uncertainty about hiring in the run-up to the EU

Jun 11 2015

Starting salaries continue to rise as businesses battle to attract the people they need but it's unclear how much longer this trend can

May 02 2015

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