Recruiters confident in what May will bring to staffing sector

Recruiters have expressed hopes the appointment of Theresa May as prime minister will create a stabilised environment in which business has greater confidence to start investing in jobs creation again.

Tue, 12 Jul 2016

Recruiters have expressed hopes the appointment of Theresa May as prime minister will create a stabilised environment in which business has greater confidence to start investing in jobs creation again.

Yesterday, home secretary Theresa May was the last candidate standing after energy minister Andrea Leadsom left the contest to decide who...

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