APSCo: ‘The drop in professional vacancies is to be expected given the challenges that Covid-19 has presented. The biggest question now is how quickly demand will pick up’.
Of the 71.5% of those who hadn’t stopped job searching throughout the Covid-19 crisis, just 16.3% said they’ve been able to find a new role during the pandemic.
The number of new job adverts in the first week of June reached 112,000, 64% higher than the previous week.
IPSE: ‘Many people who are missing out on government financial support are those who are likely to need it most’.
The SEISS, which has so far had 2.6m claims, was extended last month, with those eligible able to claim a second, final grant in August.
LITRG: ‘Many claimants of SEISS grants might, understandably, use the money as soon as they get it – but they need to think now about budgeting for income tax and National Insurance on it’.
APSCo: ‘With lockdown restrictions gradually easing and organisations beginning to plan for a return to work, we hope to see this slow steady rise continuing through the summer’.
Broadbean Technology: ‘Despite the on-going economic crisis, it’s encouraging to see businesses still investing in future talent’.