Agencies need not fear a Labour government

Rebecca Long

Recruiters can breathe easily under a future Labour government, says the shadow business secretary.
 

In an exclusive interview with Recruiter, Rebecca Long-Bailey has poured cold water on the idea that the Labour Party is hostile to recruitment agencies, telling Recruiter the country “needs the recruitment industry” and that it “is a vital part of our economy going forward”. 

She urged recruiters to enter into a dialogue with the Labour Party...

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