2021 Hiring Trends a Local View

Posted on 9 Feb 2021
2021 Hiring Trends a Local View

Monster have made hiring trend predictions for 2021, but what is the local view?

If you're interested to know the UK wide view, the link to read the full article from Monster is here.

At Aspire we're interested to know if the local view reflects the national view and so have distilled the key trends highlighted within the report into 10 questions. It'll take just 2 minutes of your time to complete it and we'll share the results with you all next month - it should make for an interesting read

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It's usual for us to keep abreast of the national picture, but it's also quite usual for Hampshire and Dorset to buck the trend and perform differently to other parts of the country. The knowledge gained from the outcome of the survey will help us to support our clients in the areas they need in most, rather than applying a national view.

CV Library's quarterly insight comments "One way to protect your company during this turbulent time is to be agile. It’s impossible to predict what will come next, so it’s important to be ready to adapt at a moment’s notice. Whether your business needs to re-think it’s previous strategy; or diversify into new areas with more demand, remaining agile will enable your organisation to continue to grow.

The road to recovery will still be a long one. But with continued financial support from the government and innovative business planning, we’re already seeing the signs that 2021 will be a more positive year for businesses across the UK.

As always, we're here to support you. If your business needs to re-think it's recruitment strategy, talk to us. We're at the sharp end of the current recruitment situation, we're keeping a very close eye on developments and are able to share best practice with you from our network of clients and connections. A veritable font of information at your disposal!

Please do take part in our survey, it will help us a great deal. if you want to email with any further comments or deeper thinking please do so here.

Thanks for your continued support.

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