Sara Parker, London regional director of the Confederation of British Industry, said that firms based in the capital in particular are showing signs of increased confidence through their plans for recruitment.
However, she noted that the prospect of government spending cuts means that many firms are not yet sure how to plan for the future, despite the expected influx of former public sector workers into the private sphere.
"Companies also voice specific concerns about the increasing burden of regulation, especially employment rules. The government must work with businesses to find the right balance between maintaining essential legislation and cutting unnecessary red tape," she noted.
Last week, Bernard Brown, partner and head of business services at KPMG, suggested that private sector organisations, which includes those in the sales recruitment sector, are demonstrating a great degree of resilience by withstanding the pressures brought about by economic turbulence.
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