Last quote by Paul Venables
Coming into the Brexit vote we were down 4pc in the UK and immediately after the referendum it was down 20pc. In the last two quarters it has picked up. In mid-November it was as if someone had flicked a light switch. A lot of companies feared the worst after the referendum and immediately stopped hiring as recruitment is the first thing to cut. But the referendum has not had much of an impact and they are now replacing staff. We've had austerity for years and all the easy cost-savings in the public sector have been had, there's phenomenally tight cost control.feedback
Paul Venables has been quoted 2 times in 2 different articles. On this page, you will find all of Paul Venables’s quotes organized by date and topic. Alongside each quote is a link back to the article where the quote was reported, so you can go back to the source for more context if you need it. Topics that Paul Venables speaks about are London, area, and hesitancy, for example. Most recently, Paul Venables was quoted in the article Hays says hiring levels weakened after Brexit vote saying, “What we have seen...is a bit more hesitancy about increasing headcount. More of the caution is coming from the larger corporates and, understandably, London is bound to be the more cautious area simply because it's got both banking and construction and property.”.
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Quotes by Paul Venables
Sep 01 2016
What we have seen...is a bit more hesitancy about increasing headcount. More of the caution is coming from the larger corporates and, understandably, London is bound to be the more cautious area simply because it's got both banking and construction and property.feedback
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