News / Business by Press Association 16/07/2019, 11:45 am Send us a story Sign up to our Daily newsletter Recruiter Hays has reported no growth in fees for the past three months after a slump in UK hiring weighed down on its performance. The decline in UK hires comes amid warnings from industry peers that there are “worrying storm clouds” forming around the UK jobs market. Hays said that UK hiring fees fell by 2% for the quarter to June 30 on the back of a 6% fall in the fees from private sector hiring. The recruitment firm said total fees were flat as strong growth in Germany helped to offset poor performances in the UK and Australia. Shares in the company slipped as brokers, including Jefferies, said net fees for the UK, Australia and New Zealand were slightly below estimates. In February, Hays said that weaker contractor extensions in Germany would impact the company. The staffing business also said in January that growth in Britain was clearly lower than before the vote to leave the European Union in 2016. Alistair Cox, chief executive of Hays, said: “Looking ahead, we are mindful of economic and political uncertainties and will continue… Read full this story
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