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By Sophie Priestley

12 Jun 2020

Build UK has reported that 97% of all construction sites in England and Wales are now open and output is slowly on the rise.

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By Sophie Priestley

04 Jun 2020

Due to the current COVID-19 crisis,  January has been replaced by May as the most popular month of the year when people look for new jobs, with nearly a 200%  increase with people searching on Google “I want a new job” when comparing May to January this year. This is according to employment law firm […]

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By Sophie Priestley

03 Jun 2020

Business confidence may still be low but many businesses are starting to hire more new staff. According to the Recruitment and Employment Confederation (REC) employers from the start to the middle of May have started to feel a bit more confident about their ability to hire new workers. Business confidence in hiring improved by 11%  […]

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By Sophie Priestley

01 Jun 2020

Industry leaders have drawn up a three-phase plan to rebuild the industry and help steer the economy back into recovery. The Construction Leadership Council (CLC) says that within 2 years construction could bounce back as a more professional, productive and profitable industry. However, they warned the government that failure to stimulate demand will risk the […]

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By Sophie Priestley

28 May 2020

The Construction Products Association (CPA) estimates that construction output in the UK will plunge by a quarter in its most optimistic assessment. The CPA revealed that the output in the industry will have a drop of 25% during 2020 and then a rebound of 26% for 2021. The CPA described this as the most optimistic […]

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By Sophie Priestley

25 May 2020

Jamie Mackenzie, director at Sodexo Engage, gave tips on workplace safety for those who have recently returned to work following the easing of some of the lockdown restrictions. Mackenzie said that if your workplace needs to be re-opened then think about the level of flexible working it is possible to implement. This may involve offering more remote […]

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By Sophie Priestley

22 May 2020

The Scottish construction sector could return to work from May 28th in plans outlined by the Scottish government. The government said it is planning for outdoor workplaces to restart as part of the first phase out of lockdown, with physical distancing measures put in place with staggered start times and flexible working encouraged. The construction […]

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By Sophie Priestley

21 May 2020

According to new Build UK figures 86% of sites in England and Wales are reopen as the return to work on construction and infrastructure sites gathers pace.

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