According to the Recruitment and Employment Confederation (REC), next Wednesday's (March 23rd) Budget needs to outline how the coalition will help stimulate the jobs market by cutting red tape and simplifying the creation of new roles.
Kevin Green, the REC's chief executive, said there has been "good progress" on the job creation front in the last year, and now recruiters and businesses of all sizes are looking for "tangible signs" this will continue.
"Many private sector employers are hoping to take on additional staff, but the government must take action to support this job creation," he explained.
Mr Green said this should include avoiding tax increases on business, stimulating direct employment of young people and avoiding "gold plating" of the Agency Worker Regulations.
Last week, John Cridland, director-general of the Confederation of British Industry, said the Budget needs to demonstrate a "relentless focus" on growth and help boost exports, investment and jobs.
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