Hiring intentions will rise to their highest level for 18 months in the first quarter of 2019, as employers seek to fix their "leaking bucket" ahead of Brexit.
British workers may be producing more goods and services per hour than longstanding economic indicators have suggested, according to new analysis of productivity from the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development.
Almost a quarter of UK employees are pondering leaving their current job, according to research company Gartner.
MPs have urged the Foreign and Commonwealth Office to ensure it has the skills needed for diplomacy after Brexit, by hiring and retaining the "best" staff and ensuring pay is competitive with other government departments.
With all the political chaos surrounding the proposed Brexit deal, it's hardly surprising that organisations feel confused about how to build their workforce strategies from 2019 onwards.
There has been a "reversal" in the number of migrants in workplaces as both EU and non-EU workers lose interest in coming to the UK to work.
The Government will struggle to recruit enough staff and put in place appropriate infrastructure and systems to police the UK's borders with the EU in the event of a no-deal Brexit, according to a report by the National Audit Office.
Eight out of 10 businesses feel the lack of clarity emerging from the Brexit talks is having a negative impact on investment decisions, according to a survey by the CBI.
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