Ahead of the May's general election, the BBC had set out a 12-point plan for the new administration to attempt to meet in order to stabilise the economy and, so far, the coalition has met three of these criteria.
David Frost, director general of the BCC, noted that the new government has published a "credible plan" to reduce the budget deficit and restore confidence, freeze the public sector wage bill and reform public pensions and begin a systematic review of existing regulation affecting employers in the sales recruitment industry as well as other sectors.
He explained: "This review shows real, balanced progress against nine of our twelve core objectives, so the coalition's overall progress after 90 days has been encouraging."
The government's latest move to impact sales recruitment organisations has been the announcement of a new set of 'time to train' regulations, which will give new sales recruits the right to request training time when they begin a new job.
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Posted by John Oak and Wayne Bly
Source: The Sales Director News