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Private sector jobs growth continues but serious risks remain - CBI/HARVEY NASH
The tentative private sector jobs recovery is continuing, but firms are scaling back on temporary staff following the introduction of new agency workers rules, and serious risks to the employment outlook remain. That is according to a survey by the CBI and recruitment specialists Harvey Nash.
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Staying the Course, the CBI/Harvey Nash Employment Trends Survey, covers 462 UK companies, and was conducted between August and September 2011. The survey shows that jobs are being created across the private sector, led by small and medium-sized companies, but that pay restraint remains the norm, with nearly half of all firms planning a below-inflation pay award or targeted pay rises.
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