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As the world begins to prepare for a return to work, recruiters are expected to be busy. The predicted surge in the recruitment market post-coronavirus-lockdown could continue for the foreseeable future too.
The Department of Health and Social Care has issued an appeal to UK recruitment agencies working within the Health and Care sector to work in constructive partnership with the NHS during the COVID-19 crisis.
During these exceptional times, agencies across the recruitment sector need to maintain a level of calm and continue to communicate with candidates for future roles for when our working lives return to normal.
We don’t need to tell you that this is a difficult time – you are no doubt facing significant challenges within your business as all of us get to grips with the impact of the coronavirus on our daily lives.