The Recruitment & Employment Confederation surveyed British employers, the results of the survey showed that their confidence in the UK economy improved significantly due to the postponement of the Brexit deadline from March 29 to October 31. The corresponding index rose in June by 3 points to minus 26 points. The indicator, which determines the intentions of British companies for employment and investment, also showed a significant growth, having increased by 4 percentage points to 1 point. The indicator indicating the plans of companies to hire temporary workers was 4 points versus 2 points in the previous month. Their medium-term hiring plans have also become more optimistic. The corresponding indicator was 5 points, rising from 4 points.
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