Employers Plan to Fill Jobs in the UK at Highest Rate in 8 Years

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Employers in the UK are planning to hire more staff than in the past eight years and only a few intend to lay off employees when the government support stops next month. As the economy is rebounding from the global pandemic, the signs of labor market shortages are on the rise. A labor market economist at Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development said employers are optimistic and are showing robust recruitment intentions. 

Redundancy expectations were high during the pandemic, but have been much lower in the latest report by CIPD. A mere 13 percent of companies are planning to lay off staff, which is down from 33 percent when the fears of the pandemic were at the highest point. 

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The Bank of England predicted that the unemployment rate would not increase beyond the current 4.8 percent, which is less than the peak of close to 7.5 percent. The CIPD reported employee shortages, mostly in the hospitality industry where companies had to let staff go during the pandemic due to their lengthy closures. 

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