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Employment growth remains strong, but wage growth slows. Read the CBI/Pertemps Labour Market Update.
When: 8th September
Time: 8:00am - 10:30am
Where: The Boardroom, PwC, Belfast (Host Partner)
When there’s such anxiety about filling vacancies in the hospitality sector, the founder of Roast Restaurant argues that more businesses should look to our prisons
Our regular roundup of the key economic indicators.
Unemployment fell by 54,000 in the three months to May 2016 and employment rose by 176,000, according to the latest ONS labour market statistics.
This month CBI, in partnership with PwC, launched CBI Enterprise Clubs in Northern Ireland for SMEs from a range of sectors.
Labour market in decent health
Read the CBI/Pertemps Labour Market Update here.
The CBI has responded to the latest ONS labour market statistics, which show a 55,000 rise in employment in the three months to April 2016.
The CBI has responded to the latest ONS labour market statistics, which show a 44,000 rise in employment in the first quarter of 2016.
With the National Living Wage coming into force on 1 April, the CBI has said these wage increases risk being unaffordable for many firms.