Recruiters and hirers develop their own talent as Brexit uncertainty continues

Brexit uncertainty is causing recruiters and hirers alike to develop talent themselves to fill skills shortages.

In the wake of a tumultuous week in which Prime Minister Theresa May announced her intention to step down early next month and both major parties polled badly in the European elections, agency bosses have told Recruiter that uncertainty around Brexit and their ability to access talent from the continent has caused firms to develop talent from within. 

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